A Woodland Bookshop: Trusting Doubt: A Former Evangelical Looks at Old Beliefs in a New Light - 'Tarico offers up some hard questions for those Evangelicals who believe the Bible. She does this with regard to science and the Bible, the Adam and Eve story, human and animal suffering, the blood sacrifice of Jesus on the cross, the Christian belief in heaven and hell, and the problem of those who have never heard the gospel. I don't believe these questions, upon deeper investigation, can be satisfactorily answered by Evangelicals.' - 'Turning to the Bible she tells how the Old Testament and New Testament came to be, and how scholars study the Bible, which might be eye-opening to many Christian people. She provides evidence showing how the Bible "contradicts science," how Biblical commands "oppose each other," how images of God "conflict with each other," how the Bible stories themselves "contradict each other," and argues that the Biblical prophecies and promises "don't stand up" to scrutiny.'