One of the latest,--and best, of Westminster's Layman's Theological Library series. For a man to have faith he must deal with his doubts. Often they will return as more is learned about man and his world, demanding that they be wrestled with again. At whatever point doubt is encountered, this excellent little book by Mr. Langford will be of great value. He deals with the problems of miracles, the divinity of Jesus, the Kingdom of God, Heaven and Hell, predestination, and the question of whether it matters what we believe at all. In the process the author gives a perspective in which the reader may see what all barriers, these and others, have in common,--and how the barriers may be changed into bulwarks. All nature Protestant Christians will be glad to discover and read this book.