"To most questions man wants to have an answer. But to the Lord's question, man must be an answer." So writes Dennis Rasmussen in chapter one of The Lord's Question. Beginning with the question that Adam heard in the Garden of Eden, "Where art thou?" the book treats ten scriptural questions that everyone must sometime hear and answer.
Written in a simple style, The Lord's Question deals with everyday problems and affirms that the truly happy are they "who find joy in the hidden acts of goodness, they who serve God in the kitchen or in the field, they who know that small deeds reveal the holy."