During recent years the Christian church has taken stock of its beliefs. In the course of the last century, Christian theology has had many challenge to meet and has not remained unchanged by the encounter. There have been radical questionings of almost every aspect of doctrine. Yet people are more willing now than ever to listen to constructive voices.
Christians are in search of a way to articulate a faith in God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, hold convictions about the nature of man and his destiny, and show the relevance of belief to conduct C. F. D. Moult gives a plain and intellectual statement of what faith is, and how it can honestly and meaningfully be expressed today.