In the early part of the twentieth century a number of booklets were published entitled The Fundamentals. These booklets were in defense of the nonnegotiables of the faith: authority of Scripture, the virgin birth, the deity of Christ, the substitutionary atonement, the bodily resurrection and physical return of Christ. In that tradition, the authors of Foundational Faith (all professors at Moody Bible Institute) plow the same ground. The articles written for this book are biblically sound, well-written and readable. It would serve as a great introduction to these doctrines for the new believer, and it provides an excellent refresher course for the more mature.