First had to read portions of this as a college class requirement, but I read it through after I graduated. Long story (or review) short, Miller uses his obvious stabs at humor (I did laugh aloud at times) mixed with his insight into the perception of Christianity: is it really as formulaic as believed? or is there more to it? is there really validation to our human behavior that ties in with the love we all seek?
There were a few POVs of his on certain Scripture passages I really liked, such as his own thoughts on Adam and Eve. I also appreciated that he didn't try to make his arguments "pretty" or ambiguous--I found him to be honest in his essays. I haven't read his more well-known title, Blue Like Jazz, but I'm interested after reading this.