A consideration of many of the problems common to mankind, such as ""Why be decent?"" ""Where is security, with honor?"" ""A son gone wrong,"" ""Is Purity Passed?"" ""If a man die,"" ""Does Christ save us?"" etc. Each answer an essay which deals forth-rightly with solutions and alternatives that are too easy, or too cheap. Then the author, Mr. Everett W. Palmer, not unexpectedly, comes out on the side of the angels, and vigorously advocates the well considered opinion of those who have come under the influence of Jesus Christ. This he has discovered and is eager to share. He writes to commend warmly the usual Christian approach to the perplexities we all have known. A book for the uncritical, if bothered layman.