This is a book most suitable for use in the college who have had courses in the or in the . It be with a clearly written of the the religion of the and the of the Orthodox Christians will no doubt be shocked by some of the author's statements but in the end he reinterprets historic Christianity in such a way as to preserve its essential spiritual values and yet make it understandable and acceptable to the modern mind. The title is unfortunate. Too bad the author did not use one of those he says he considered: ""The Last Thoughts of a Discontented Theologian"", ""The Regrettable Bankruptcy of Traditional Theology"" or ""Who Was This Man?"". Any one would have been preferable to the title chose. A good book for intellectuals.