Love requires a religion no less than morality. This chapter shows how that religion may be found in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and how it may be practised in every human relationship, not merely performed periodically as a spiritual exercise. The insistence upon the natural sinfulness of mankind which is apparent in the teaching of the Christian Churches is not traceable to any of the recorded sayings of the founder of the Christian religion, and is in fact in conflict with the trend of most of His teaching. But the fear of God, which leads men to distrust and suppress the inherited instincts of their human nature, is apparent in all organized religions. Emancipation from this fear is the chief need of the human race. The present religious teaching of the young tends to confirm, rather than to reduce, this fear.