This is one of Wallace Wattles' very first books, and it is virtually impossible to find original copies nowadays, yet it contains some of his very best work. This book does not attempt to prove something about Christ; instead it is an effort to ascertain by scientific study, what He was, how He lived, and what He taught. Too many people have studied Jesus from the standpoint of some preconcieved notion of Him or His mission. Such an attitude always leads to eroneous conclusions. This book was once described by Wallace D. Wattles' son, Russell, as, "the best thing Wallace D. Wattles ever wrote" and by his publisher, Elizabeth Towne, as "the greatest new thought book, and without a doubt the most important book Wallace D. Wattles ever wrote.