William Burt Pope’s analysis of the person of Christ is an exacting study on the doctrines associated with the Son of God. His comprehensive work examines the scriptural and historical developments of the doctrine and dogma of Jesus Christ, bringing to light the influences of religious movements on the idea and perception of who Christ is. This all-encompassing study provides insight into different theological views and approaches to the person of Christ and the tenets established by those views.
This is a strong book. The author has grappled with the question of the hypostatic union of the Divine and human natures in the one person of the God-man with unusual force of argument and power of exposition.
— British Quarterly Review