Making Sense of God provides reasons for exploring the truth claims of Christianity. Many people today do not see faith as a live option, so they are unwilling to spend time examining the evidence for the existence of God and the truth of Christianity. This book seeks to demonstrate to skeptics that secularism is based on unprovable assumptions and that secularism cannot account for some of the most basic and important human realities. Secularism and Christianity are compared and contrasted. Given the fact that secularism fails to explain many features of reality and experience—and the fact that Christianity is able to offer cogent and coherent explanations—it makes sense to take a good look at the evidence for the Christian faith.