Here is the best thing about this book: Professor Hill, evidently at the behest of his wife, has set out to write an "accessible" book, that is, one that the layman can read without too much difficulty. You do not have to be a scholar to understand it. If you can follow all the characters in one of those thousand page fictional sagas so many read, or pick up the clues in a complex murder mystery, you can follow this list of characters, moving from one to another in a logical way, each chapter building upon the previous ones. You do need a brain in your head, but it does not have to be a particularly astounding one.
And when you can finally answer the question in the title of this book, it will build your faith in that much more important Book.
Who Chose the Gospels? is published by Oxford University Press.