It is every journalist's dream to land the assignment of interviewing an extremely famous (or infamous), influential celebrity or politician - especially if there has been controversy generated by the person's actions. The BBC reporter David Frost interviewed Richard Nixon shortly after he had resigned as president of the United States. The interview was broadcast on television around the world, and it garnered some of the highest ratings ever recorded for a news show. Other highly rated televised interviews of this type that come to mind are Barbara Walters' interview with Monica Lewinsky about her affair with President Bill Clinton and, more recently, Diane Sawyer's interview with Bruce Jenner shortly before the famous Olympic decathlete transitioned his gender to female. But, here, in Danny Clifford's Who Do You Say I Am?, we encounter The Luckiest Journalist in the History of the World. His assignment is to interview none other than the Son of God himself - Jesus Christ. Clifford's engaging style draws the listener in, and the book becomes a sort of "Let me explain what went on behind the scenes and set the record straight" opportunity for Jesus to clarify - in plain, everyday language - some of the deepest, most enduring mysteries of all time: His own life and mission. Christians the world over should enjoy this fascinating - if only imagined - sit-down session with the most influential human being who ever lived.