The author of this little book is professor of physics at Brown University. It is a reverential discussion of religion as this scientist views it, arriving at positive affirmations as to the place of religion in the life of modern man. He examines the conflict between tradition and modern knowledge and attempts to discover a spiritual content in the traditional affirmation of the Christian faith which will be of abiding value even in a modern scientific world. This will be a valuable book for those who are troubled by their belief that science has crowded God off the stage. Ministers and teachers who have to deal with modern skeptics will find here suggestions as to how such doubts may be resolved. Religious Book Club Selection.