This is a valuable outline of the most significant theories and discoveries of the scientists, on the one hand, and of the more modern interpretation of religion, especially Christianity, on the other. The results of the investigations of very scholarly men are put forth in language that the man in the street can understand. The point of view is positive and constructive, and will prove especially interesting to those possessed of intellectual doubts about religion and its essential tenets. While not a bit sectarian in its conclusions, those inclined to a liberal Protestant interpretation of Christianity will find it more acceptable and more helpful than Catholics or more conservative Protestants. It would also serve as a valuable reference book for ministers, for in its brief compass there is given an outline of the chief findings of science, a brief account of all the world's leading religions and a short description of the outstanding articles in the Christian creed.