It was pretty good stuff. He starts off as an agnostic and ends there, but he now calls himself more of a "reverent" agnostic. While there's definitely some stuff in The Bible that he can't get behind, he winds up with an appreciation for ritual and a lot of rules that seemingly don't make sense but turn out to be pretty good when put into practice.
I like that term - "reverent agnostic". In a way, I think of myself as a "reverent atheist". I genuinely get pretty stirred up when talking about the Jesus story, and I'd hate to think of what it would be like if I never knew it. Of course, I can't believe it literally, and I get the same charge out of it that I do with The Odyssey, but still, being an atheist hardly makes me think that The Bible is completely useless.
I definitely recommend checking it out if you haven't already. Above all, it's an entertaining read.