In this collection of sixteen essays Fr. Michael Pomazansky examines and evaluates the errors of modernism which today agitate world-wide Orthodoxy. These humble and gentle, yet penetrating essays lack the angry tone of some writers, and are therefore all the more valuable for today`s reader. Among the subjects he examines are: The Liturgical Theology of Fr. A. Schmemann, The Church of Christ and the Contemporary Movement for Unification in Christianity, On the Question of Toll-Houses, and many more. This volume also contains a short biography of Fr. Michael, who died in 1988 at the age of 100. He graduated from a pre-Revolutionary Russian seminary, and was for many years Professor of Theology at Holy Trinity Monastery, Jordanville, New York.