Today you hear it even from many well-meaning Christians: “It doesn’t really matter what you believe, so long as you’re sincere.” These pages demonstrate that such a “doctrineless Christianity” is not merely impossible; it’s dangerous. Indeed, argues author Dorothy L. Sayers, if Christians don’t steep themselves in doctrine, then the Christian Faith – and the world outside the Faith – will descend into chaos. It’s a surprising argument these days, but once you’ve finished these lucid and often witty pages, you’ll agree with Sayers that dogma is no exercise in hair-splitting about insignificant matters; it’s a vibrant window into the splendor of God’s truth, a window that each Christian soul needs. Doctrine is vital to your faith, to my faith, and even to the faith of the simplest believers. Each of us must make a stark choice: creed . . . or chaos!