From the introduction: "Skeel prefers to defend the Christian faith by examining how it explains the truth of human existence more fully than any other system. The result is not a thorough defeat of materialism or materialists. It is rather a gentle apologia that hopefully provides non-Christians cause for interest in Christianity, and Christians a deeper sense of the value and truth of their faith.
This study guide is divided into five parts, each corresponding to a chapter of the book. The book may be easily read one chapter per week for a Sunday School class or Christian book study."
Irish, Kerry, "Study Guide for Skeel’s "True Paradox: How Christianity Makes Sense of Our Complex World"" (2017). Faculty Publications - Department of History, Politics, and International Studies. 75.