This reads like a text-book for theological students in which the is digest form the gist of his lectures. As such, it should be useful to of religion who have not the privilege of sitting under Professor Johnson University. Religious experience is examined from many , for the himself at home not only in the field of psychology, but in church history, and biography. He employs questionnaires and interviews, experiences tests in his study of religious experience, including prayer, developed belief, sin and conversion and the function of the church. The point of that of liberal Protestantism. Clergymen and other students of religion and social institutions will find in this volume a of an outstanding Protestant scholar on the psychology of religious .