Initially trained in the disciplines of mathematics and physics, Ronald McNeur turned to the Christian ministry, and then from the combination of his experience wrote this modern apology for the Christian Faith. Here we find a capable, readable and well organized presentation of relationship theology. So well has he accomplished his basic purpose, and so well, in the process, has he summarized the existential approach, that his volume will appeal to all sorts of people. McNeur's primary audience is the average Christian pastor, but his work deserves a wider reading. The college man, concerned with the place of the Christian faith, will profit greatly from a book well within the scope of his understanding and interest. Even those whose field is philosophy will benefit by his keen analysis and lucid statement of problems that lie in their field. Christian laymen with advanced training will rejoice in this positive statement of the faith. This is no book for those beginners who find philosophical terms a foreign language, but for all who have passed through this communications barrier, the reading of the book is a pleasure, both for the positive faith it expresses and the clarity and beauty with which the author has organized his ideas.