God made me very restless to write this book. He also sent me a messenger in the form of Norman Rohrer, to edit and make suggestions about the accuracy of the Biblical text. It is difficult to explain this book. It is just what it says it is, A Conversation with Jesus---A Book for the Unbeliever. Jesus said the well do not need a physician, the ill person does. It is my thinking that unbelievers really do want to know what all the shouting is about from Christians on the subject of Jesus. So did a Roman Historian who went to talk with Jesus at the end of his ministry. He is a doubter, an unbeliever, a skeptic and, worse: Roman. In the course of the conversation with Jesus he starts with great skepticism and ends not wanting to let Jesus go away from him. Such is the power of Jesus. In these days more than ever we need to listen to this conversation with Jesus, believer and unbeliever alike, and if it does not convince you to become a believer, it will at least leave you wondering.