This strangely titled book is an exposition of the of general confession. Although written by a devoted Anglican, this study is entirely non-. Indeed, the author places greater emphasis upon the sociological, political, and economic implications of this great prayer than upon its . The author faces clearly the meaning for our time of the fact that ""we have and st from Thy ways like lost sheep"", that we are all ""miserable offenders"" and ""there is no health in us,"". Well written and provocative of a penetrating analysis of our present chace and our responsibility for it, this study a wide reading public.