This is an approach of a layman and a psychologist to the problems of religion. He is endeavoring to show not only that modern man can accept the Christian faith but that in so doing he is realising the divine potentialities of his life. In successive chapters the author deals with ""the mystic's sense of presence"", ""the nature of Christianity"", ""faith, worship and sincerity"", ""knowledge and religious experience"". Of particular interest to Protestant laymen who are familiar with the thought patterns of psychology. More popular than scholarly.