The author writes: This book has been written to say something that I have long felt, and long wished to say. We have heard much of the unity of the New Testament, and that unity is something which no one will wish to deny. But in the New Testament there is also diversity. There is no one standardized religious experience; there is no one stereotyped interpretation of the Christian faith and message. There is a company of men witnessing to what Jesus Christ has been to them, and still is. So in this book I have tried to see what Christ and Christianity and the Christian life meant to the different men who wrote the books of the New Testament.