This chapter discusses the evolutionary concept, in order to remove some of the difficulties which have gathered around the idea. It helps to understand the purpose of God. The evolutionary method has to be judged by its success in producing man, not by the production of insects or birds; neither must we judge it by man's failure in understanding it, nor by his unsuccessful attempts in controlling it. We look upon the whole drama of the evolutionary story from this angle, we see a wonderful orderly system, with ever-increasing complexity, and ever-increasing adaptability. The drama of evolution begins then to have something of a plot, and the chapter focuses on the purpose and meaning of its wonderful age-long process. And at the other end of the drama, as the chapter outlines the personality of man, and argues that personality must be a part of this all-pervading environment.