Peter Berger wrestles in this book with the ways Christians can live, act, and witness to their beliefs in a pluralistic secular society. He offers contentious opinions on the culture wars in America, dialogue on world religions, the domestication of the Gospel, and the search for intimations of transcendence in daily life. Berger refuses to join those who are faulting liberal Protestantism in America. He affirms the primacy of the solitary "I" over communal affiliations.