Essentially, the book takes a very clever 'forks in the road' approach. So, each page explores a question. If you answer 'yes' you turn to page x, if 'no' you turn to page z. Hence, your worldview has consequence- which of course it does as some of you already know.
Here is James Anderson on the main goals of the book:
'-To help you identify and clarify your worldview
-To encourage you to consider the big questions and to think through some of the implications of various answers
-To help you appreciate that there are important differences between worldviews- and that not all worldviews are created equal!'
Well worth the read and it is less than 100 pages long.