A philosophical approach to the understanding of man's relationship to God in respect to the subjects contained in the title- freedom, responsibility, grace. It is a stimulating and thoughtful appraisal of man, not man in general, but rather particularly as a thinker and logician. This book would find its readiest readers among serious students of philosophy and metaphysics. The author does draw some conclusions to his arguments, but neither dogmatically nor with any finality. Such a treatise as this would serve as a well-ordered structure on which to base further discussion and study. Actually, it is addressed to ientists, historians, economists and others who seek the meaning of religion for their own academic fields, and for such it is an excellent ""pump primer"". Dr. Bertocci is professor of philosophy at Boston University.