The final part of this study explores Quick’s attempt to synthesize the data of Christian belief into a rational account of reality, describing the relation of time to eternity, earth to heaven, man to God, with the person and work of Jesus as the central point of reference. The next two chapters offer an exposition of Quick’s thought on this topic. This chapter draws almost exclusively on e Christian Sacraments; the second pulls together material from many different sources. Both chapters build on the last two parts of the book: they take it for granted that Christian doctrinal statements are in some sense statements about reality; and they make an understanding of the presence and action of God in Christ decisive for a total understanding of God’s relation to the world.