A THEISM that puts its trust in a personal and moral deity, gracious, redeeming, just and benign, moves in a region of thought that is almost concrete. It is a warm hypothesis to live by. It may be depicted by the story of the Incarnation. In comparison, all attempts to transhumanize such conceptions tend to be regarded as attempts to de-humanize them, to steal their warmth away, to make them shadowy and still.