If the skeptic is fond of allegory, possesses a mind capable of pigeon holing a hundred different approaches and arguments he may be able to steer his way through this labyrinth of ""The Student said,"" ""The Thinker interrupts,"" The Psychologist objects,"" ""The Methodist stops the Unitarian,"" etc. To this reviewer the chances are he'll simply find himself more confused with such a hodge-podge and would do better to study individually each point of view. The skeptic is apt to be confused to begin with from having too little of too many theories. Add to that an open forum of every point of view, each speaker dragging in his pet ""isms"", theories, faiths and party and poor skeptic! We'd suggest his reading the Sermon on the Mount which puts all this in far simpler and more powerful form.