Cry Havoc introduced Beverley Nichols as an advocate of peace. The Fool Hath Said – as well as being his personal spiritual journey – gives his advocacy of Christianity in a modern world.He presents his belief convincingly, taking the hurdles one at a time to end with a newly defined attitude toward his own religious concepts. He successfully conveys why there is a need for faith, that faith is possible and can be applied to modern problems and has done it with reverence and sincerity. HeĀ  was an Oxford Group member and in the chapter Crusaders Of 1936, he states ‘Though this book is not a record of the Oxford Group, it would be incomplete unless I paid tribute to this amazing movement. For though I…had found that Christ was indeed God, it was not until I went to a meeting of the Oxford Group that I found, once again, the friend whom I earlier rejected.’