Billy Graham is one of the most publicized churchmen in this country. Multitudes have heard him either from the platform or over the radio or on television. Accordingly, this book will undoubtedly be in large demand. It is not a ional book, nor is it essentially evangelistic, as one might expect. have here an exposition of the beatitudes. The author states that he had intended to write a book on ""The Greatest Sermon Ever "" (The rmon on the that he had not been able to get beyond the eight beatitudes, so rich was rial he found there. Graham sees in these well-known passages Christ's formula for personal happiness for everyone. Anyone reading these expositions will be impressed with the sincerity and simplicity of the writer and with the appealing way in which he presents his message. Bible students will question some of his interpretations -- but Billy Graham is not writing for theologians but for the man on the street and he will like it.