The objective of the Layman's Theological Library, to which this is a new addition, is ""to attempt a fresh exploration of the Christian Faith and what it can mean in the life of twentieth century man"". The question, ""What think ye of Christ"" is central to this, as it was central to first century man. Dr. Johnson gives his reader a lucid summary of what, through the years, we have thought about Christ. But each man must have his own answer to the next question,--""Whom say ye that I am?"" Here the author is of greatest help to the reader in leading him beyond the conventional answers to a more direct knowledge of a saving Christ who is real to him. A fine book for the inarticulate Christian who is not afraid to grow.