Dr Montgomery is one of our leading Christian apologists. His writings have influenced several generations of apologists from around the globe. His de- bates are legendary. This book purports to break new ground apologetically as it assesses Dr Montgomery's work. It focuses on his legal/historical apo- logetic and in the process reframes it for both for the 'tough minded' and the 'tender hearted'. It shows t only the rationality of Montgomery's work but also that his writings pave the way for an apologetic to New Age follo- wers and to those who place experience before reason. A special feature of this analysis concerns Montgomery's apologetic insights on the occult and paganism. This book also breaks new ground as the legal apologetic model has t been previously assessed; it illustrates that a juridical apologetic style has a rich history dating back to the Gospels themselves. The present work should thus be of particular interest to apologists, theologians, philoso- phers of religion, pastors, and all who are concerned to share the legal/ historical fact of the Resurrection of Jesus - together with its relevance - in a secular age. Ross Clifford is the Principal of Morling Theological Col- lege, Sydney. Prior to entering the Baptist Ministry he practised as a solicitor and barrister. He is the author of a Leading Lawyers' Case for the Resurrection and co- author of Riding the Rollercoaster: How the Risen Christ Empowers Life, Jesus and the Gods of the New Age and Beyond Prediction. He is also a well kwn radio presen- ter. The subject of his doctoral thesis was John Warwick Montgomery.