The past 100 years have seen a huge rejection of traditional religions and their beliefs. Some say this loss began with people's rejection of the Just War doctrine in WWI. For the author, growing up in an English liberal Christian community 80 years ago, change came in stages. With gentle humor he describes how he wrestled with agnosticism, then rejected Roman Catholicism and evangelical Protestantism. Having been ordained a Congregational minister he struggled to conform to his church's doctrine and eventually switched to Unitarianism. Having immigrated to America he finally abandoned the idea of belonging to any church. Then, quite unexpectedly, he found a new spirituality that challenged him but supported his quest for answers to his questions. So he became happily immersed in writing books about what he learned from his new spirit guides, the Masters of the Spirit World.