"Talking About God" narrates real-life conversations the authors have had with non-believer friends. However, given that the authors never really state where these stories come from or how they were recorded, I'm not sure how accurate the dialogue is, especially when so much of it felt preachy and tailored to meet the authors' purposes. The conversations all come at a point in time when God has already worked on the friend's heart and the person is as close as they can get to salvation before making the final crucial decision to follow Christ. While the backstories of these people are good to consider, I would have appreciated at least one or two conversations that better show the reality of resistance most Christians meet when discussing matters of faith with non-believers.
*Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review.