Is all knowledge equally important? The author maintains all men and women are faced with three questions that are surpassingly more important than any others, the answers to which can give the greatest direction, order, meaning and satisfaction to a person’s life. These are: * Does God exist? Why do people believe in God? If God exists, what is His nature and attributes? * Is Christianity the "true" religion? What is truth? Are all religions false? Are all religions equally true? How do we know the truthfulness of any religion? How do the major religions of the world—Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Shintoism and Christianity—compare on fifteen important points? * Is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ("Mormon") the true form of Christianity? How does it compare with other Christian denominations on seventeen important points? These questions are carefully considered and masterfully answered in Life’s Three Greatest Questions, a collection of information that was influential in the author’s own search for answers. He shares information about the beliefs of various religions directly from their own authoritative writings, with the intention to compare beliefs, rather than criticize. These comparisons of beliefs and doctrines can erase doubt and bring conviction, assurance and faith.