three-quarters of a century, this work has been regarded as the biography of Christ and has been in constant use by Christians. The publishers of this new edition have modernised Dean by the substitution of current terms for unfamiliar Anglicisms and and the book has been by a series of color illustrations. , however, that they did not think to commission a series of notes he text which would have complemented Farrar's text by reflecting the since Farrar's time, in scripture studies and its auxiliary sciences. is work will impart a good deal of outdated information. Notwithstanding the good Dean of Canterbury's classic remains unsurpassed from the merit and comprehensiveness of treatment and, although its author, Catholics will find in it a wealth of spiritual insight into the life of Christ.