Jesus is the central figure in the Christian faith. Nevertheless, the Church has struggled to bring into clear focus their understanding of that phrase. The meaning of the phrase the more than man, which the Church has declared about Jesus for two centuries has been difficult to understand and has been interpreted in varied ways by biblical scholars, theologians, philosophers, poets, artist, and ordinary persons. This volume is the author’s reflection on his lifelong quest on the question of Christology. In seeking to discern who Jesus is, the author has explored the meaning of the Incarnation, Christ as a teacher, healer, and the rejected, crucified, and risen one. Finally he probes the meaning of the Christ as a present reality today and how he can still be known. The ink drawings by Israel Galindo invite the reader to probe in a visual manner the rich interpretation of the compelling faces of Jesus.