Another Father Divine book -- but from a new slant. Actually, a discussion of the Messianic delusion, and of Father Divine as a passing phase, but a recognizable one, in the development of the primitive forces still in existence. He passes over the racial aspects and confines himself to setting the scene, building the background, indicating the establishment of his authority where by coincidence the judge who had condemned him, died within a few days. Pictures the drama of Father Divine's menage and touches upon the mystery of the financial aspects. Frankly, I question the far-reaching interest in Father Divine, and should expect this to have a limited sale.