There is perhaps no man today who could have handled this difficult problem better than Dr. Slater whose brilliant scholarship coupled with a deep humility has increased with years of teaching at Cambridge (England) and in Rangoon. Contact with students in the East and West has taught him their problems and in time the answers have come, too. This book deals with three vital convictions:- (a) That God has a plan for every individual (b) That there is a crying need for synthesis and (c) That there is for everyone the possibility of a reasonable faith now and for eternity. To accomplish all this with simplicity, clarity and intelligent persuasiveness demands a deep personal experience on the author's part. Dr. Slater honestly admits his doubts and writes whereof he knows.