At least ten books from the pen of Dr. Miller have long since established his reputation for solid content, and this volume enhances all that has gone before. What makes this book of peculiar interest to parents and teachers is its form. In classes, in conferences and in practical work, The Yale Divinity School professor has been asked recurring questions over the years. has taken 86 of the questions most often asked, and has written succinct answers to them, and has also incorporated two bibliographies to guide those who wish to pursue a given subject further. All the questions have been classified and listed at the beginning of the book. The result is a very useful reference work, which parents of all denominations (and ) will want to keep handy for quick guidance when the growth and development of their children present them with new problems. Parents and teachers will probably want to read the whole book right through the first time, and will then realize that here is a treasure house of practical wisdom to which they will return again and again. Dr. Miller's exposition of ""relationship"", and the basic principles of spiritual growth will help everyone over the years when he is trying to make a valid contribution to the spiritual growth of a child.