This is another ""Quest of the Historical Jesus"", another attempt to the traditional approach to Jesus and to divest Him of ""the medieval regalia of the creeds"". The author asserts that important than what happened to Jesus in the born and being killed is what he did with all his power and will in the career. The treatment of the life of Jesus is reverential and sympathetic, . The author's conviction that of the life and of to an exaltation of Jesus in the hearts and minds of modern men as lofty as that which the church has scribed to men in its formulae and its ritual. Few orthodox Christians, Catholic or Protestant, conservative or liberal will subscribe to the author's thesis, but he is not writing for them but to those whom the traditional Christ of the Church has left cold.