I'm reading this book right now and haven't finished it yet, but I already want to recommend it. If you are aware that the Bible sometimes points in different directions and we are forced to make a choice which one to follow, this might very well be a book for you.
The obvious question would than be, which direction should we take and what part of Scripture do we believe to more truthfully convey God's message?
Kenton Sparks seeks a way through this maze, without ending up in a "whatever suits me best" approach.
I found a couple of good reviews at Amazon so I won't try to improve on them. Especially the points at the end of Dr. BK Mitchell's review are worth noting.