I hope this is allowed. Please forgive me if it isn't.
Do you think that Shepherd Book...
Accurately portrays what it means to be a Christian.
Portrays what it should mean to be a Christian, not necessarily what Christianity really is.
Portrays Christianity accurately overall, but might have a few theologically unsound ideas.
Does not accurately portray what it means to be a Christian. (Theology is wrong)
Does not accurately portray what it means to be a Christian. (Other reason)
Edit: To clarify, the 4th choice should probably say "his
theology is wrong."
Feel free to go into more detail in the comments! A lot of people are picking the second choice and I would be particularly interested to hear more about that.
Edit #2: I realize that people will have different views on what it means to be a Christian, so just answer it from your own point of view.