There is priceless assurance in Mr. Gill's book, a note of authority that simply and quietly says -- ""I know Him in whom I have believed and I speak that which I know"". When he writes of the Bible and the Church they are realities; when he writes of the Cross it is Gethsemane. This is a graphic picture of the road we are traveling. There is no false faith or cheap optimism, merely the promise that eternal values are worth fighting for and will always exist for those who seek and believe. The author is a British Methodist pastor who writes with something of the freshness of expression that marked Leslie Weatherhead's early books.