Once in each , the inter-denominational periodical, The Christian Century, invites a group of leading churchmen and theologians to write an essay on ""How my Mind Has Changed in the Ten Years"". Here in the collection in one volume of those published in 1959-60. In a world which has changed in no many ways in these latter years no mindcould have still; these are the personal records of the spiritual leaders American telling of their own growth compounded of reaction and action, for as these have not only been changed but have largely in directing the change which has affected the lives of so many others. Included in this vigorous company are John . Karl , Graham, Will Herbert, Martin Luther King, Reinhold Niebuhr, , James A. ike, and others. This is stimulating reading which fills the reader hope and confidence in his own shifting opinion which will find itself being shaped and changed even more by these men who are not afraid of the shape of things yet to come.