I really liked this book. Having only a cursory knowledge of Buddhism, I found it to be interesting and helpful for any apologetic discussions I might have...though judging by some of the reviews, I realize that the logic of Zacharias' argument may not be convincing to everyone. Some people pointed out that Buddha does not question Jesus as to why Christianity is the best Theistic relegion or etc etc. That is true, but this book never promises to be a non-partisen comparison of Jesus and Buddha. It is a conversation starting with Jesus (note the title is Jesus talks with Buddha). And if people do not think that Ravi accurately expresses Buddha's teachings, does this really matter? If Buddhism is about self-enlightment/self-annihilation then Buddha's teachings shouldn't matter. After all doesn't Buddhism itself have the proverb, "If you see the Buddha on the road, kill him"?