A clergyman addresses himself to the business community in a series of letters which cover subjects as widely divergent as how much pressure a corporation should put on a congressman to the problem of spiritual pride which can so easily tempt a man who takes his faith seriously. Dr. Spurrier knows enough about both theology and economics to be aware that it is no easy thing to be a good Christian and a good business man at the same time. He has written incisively and helpfully for a mass readership of those thousands of sensitive souls who are caught in the difficult decisions of the business world. All will find the book interesting. Those who have made the problem easy will find him wielding a lash; those who are discouraged or cynical about the solution will find the same book offering real encouragement.