"The occasion of the book is the Mission to the Royal Air Force to be held in November, 1952. But it is hoped that its usefulness will be far more general. The world today is a dangerous place. The Christian Church is confronted by ruthless enemies and by an insidious, relentless ideology of atheistic materialism. No can afford to stand aside." -- Preface, p. iii.
Contents: Preface / Cuthbert Croydon i.e. Cuthbert Bardsley, Bishop of Croydon -- List of Authors -- List of  Questions and  Contributors -- Moral Problems: Questions and Answers on Christianity.
Contents of Moral Problems:  I feel that religion is at the back of all moral problems, but what is religion ? / G.F. Fisher --  How can God be concerned with such an insignificant person as myself ? The untold millions of the world's inhabitants, and above all the immensities of the Universe, make the idea seem fantastic / John Whitworth Jones --  How can Christian doctrines about miracles be true after all we learn from modern science ? / C.A. Coulson --  If the world is in chaos after nearly 2,000 years of Christianity, has not Christianity failed ? / J.W.C. Wand --  What is the attitude of the Church to the Colour problem ? / Walter J. Carey --  Is suicide wrong in any circumstances ? / Lindsay Dewar --  If two people are unhappily married, with no children, why does the Church oppose their divorce ? / Mrs. Geoffrey F. [i.e. Rosamond] Fisher --  If the Church is against divorce, should it not take definite steps to make sure that the parties are suited before marrying them ? / P.M. Herbert --  Should the Church ever interfere in politics, or should it confine itself to the spiritual sphere ? / J.W.C. Wand --  Does Christianity condemn the 'profit motive' ? / J.V. Langmead Casserley --  Is not compulsory sterilization justified to prevent reproduction of degenerate types ? / Roger W. Pilkington -- Is birth control really wrong ? / Hugh C. Warner --  What is the Church of England view about saving mother or child in the period of gestation, if it is a case of choice ? / Lindsay Dewar --  Is not Communism merely 'advanced socialism', and if so, why is it condemned ? / Mervyn Stockwood --  Why does the Church, while condemning Communism, allow the Dean of Canterbury and other ministers to hold their offices ? / Gordon Crosse --  Would Disestablishment of the Church of England be a good thing ? / Wilfred Lindsell --  Why is there such disunity among Christians ? / Francis H. House --  Is Pacifism more in line with Christ's teaching than armed resistance ? / Charles Smyth --  Should Christians reject the use of the atom bomb in all circumstances as being unchristian and wicked ? / G.B. Bentley --  Is euthanasia never right in the case of patients with a painful and incurable disease, or those in agony from disabling wounds ? / P.M. Herbert --  Is not compulsion in matters of worship wrong ? / C.K.N. Bardsley --  Why is it wrong for unmarried people to have sexual intercourse ? / G.B. Bentley --  If the father of an illegitimate child is a bachelor, is he not morally bound to marry the unmarried mother ? / Hugh C. Warner --  I want my child to be properly brought up, but is religious teaching necessary ? Can't it choose for itself later on ? / Enid Blyton (Mrs. K.F. Darrell Waters) --  If my neighbour is an honest unbeliever, should I respect his sincerity, or is it my duty as a Christian to interfere and try and win him to the Faith ? / Gilbert Stephenson --  As a married man in a job, what is the good of my becoming a Christian when I can't possibly live up to Christ's ideal standard ? / John Betjeman --  Are football pools an evil ? / G.A. Ellison --  Though chronic gambling is an obvious evil, is it wrong to have a modest flutter ? / Hugh Ross Williamson --  Does the Church condemn Sunday amusements, such as the cinema ? / C.K.N. Bardsley --  What is the best way of training young people in moral problems, especially with regard to sex education ? / F. Spencer Chapman.
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Bardsley, Cuthbert Killick Norman, 1907-1991
Bentley, Geoffrey Bryan, 1909-1996
Betjeman, John, 1906-1984
Blyton, Enid Mary, 1897-1968
Carey, Walter Julius, 1875-1955
Casserley, J.V. (Julian Victor Langmead), 1909-1978
Chapman, F. Spencer (Frederick Spencer), 1907-1971