Boardman, George Dana. The Problem of Jesus. Philadelphia: A. J. Rowland, 1897. Revised and Enlarged. 
Brown cloth with gilt titles, 5 3/4 x 8 1/4 inches, 62 clean pp. Very good. Hardcover.
A book of practical observations and questions about Jesus and the many people and practices that He influenced. The book reminds one of the later apologetic argument of C. S. Lewis, in that one cannot explain the existence of Jesus and his sayings without concluding that he was God.
George Dana Boardman (1828-1903), born to Baptist missionary parents in Tavoy, Burma. Boardman was sent to live with his grandparents in the U. S. as a child, and was educated at Brown University & Newton Theological School. He was pastor at Barnwell, South Carolina, 1855-1856; of the Second Baptist Church, Rochester, New York, 1856-1864; and of the First Baptist Church, Philadelphia, 1864-1894.