This is a good book to recommend to honest skeptics and bewildered Protestants who are not certain what they believe. It is a restatement of the traditional Christian faith, without any flights into high theology and without any exploration of the many by-ways of Christianity which are so often confused with the main highway. The author is an Episcopal churchman but there is nothing denominational or sectarian in his treatment of the major items of Christian belief -- God, Christ, prayer, the Bible and the Church. The author knows the language of the modern intellectual and uses it. His defense of the traditional Christianity of the churches and the creeds is accordingly the more telling.