The four volumes in this series assess the moral and spiritual resources available to Americans confronted with the problems of the post-war world. What have the war years disclosed about the religious life of our people? What elements of strength have we found; what weaknesses discovered? What needs most to be done in those areas where religion can be of direct help? Some twenty writers, each a recognized specialist in his field or an accredited spokesman for his subject, attempt to ascertain the facts and suggest possible answers to these questions.