To read this book is to sit at the feet of the professor. Unlike his fiction or apologetics, this book is written in conversational prose and it flows naturally. The audio version of him reading it is available. Here we find a man well seasoned in years and rich in wisdom. He is also bound (as we all are bound) by the context of his time and much of what he writes is outside the limit of modern political correctness. I don’t hold that against him any more than my grandparents’ limited range on racial equality.
This is a thinking man speaking to thinking people and we are better for it.