The God of Christian faith is, according to Peter Taylor Forsyth, a God of holy, righteous love. As a result, God's intervention in human life is morally robust, being in search of the transformation of its recipients toward holy love. Its high point is in the cross of Jesus Christ. This book contains twenty of Forsyth's essays that clarify the nature and manifestation of God's holy love. Forsyth contends that God is an active personal agent who desires interpersonal fellowship with humans, under the authority of divine holy love. He attends to the experience of God in moral conscience, where one can experience forgiveness and redemption by God. He challenges readers to consider whether their experience includes an encounter with a God who manifests holy love.