From the versatile pen of Dr. McCracken has come a stream of books, pamphlets and articles that have established his reputation for communicating vividly The Gospel. With concern for people, from well-grounded theological positions, with an awareness of the tragic yet challenging milieu, he writes this latest volume to inspire, fortify, undergird those who dare to be Christians. He never loses his homilectic style, and this is no drawback in a man who is heard gladly by thousands every Sunday. Preachers are apt to mine this book for suggestions, insights and illustrations, but the man in the street will get most good out of it. Such chapters as ""The Sin of Overwork"", ""The Materialism of Christianity"", and ""God and Outer Space"" will meet people right where they live. Here is a book that high school students and doctors of divinity will, for many reasons, take up gladly and remember for a long time.