This site is dedicated to the life and works of the influential twentieth century American theologian, Hans Frei (1922-1988). Frei is perhaps best remembered for his influential work, 'The Eclipse of Biblical Narrative' as well as his 'The Identity of Jesus Christ'. Created by Mike Higton, lecturer in theology at Exeter University, and his wife, Hester Higton, this site contains very useful, detailed, reliable and accessible biographic and bibliographic information related to Frei. The site will be of considerable use to all audiences interested in Frei, whether general or scholarly. Both the biographic and bibliographic information is divided neatly into the decades of Frei's academic career, allowing for easy reference and contextual placement. Moreover, the detailed bibliography of Frei's works are annotated by Higton with concise - and yet relatively thorough - summaries of content and purpose. The annotations will prove helpful not only for those already acquainted with Frei looking to dig a bit deeper, but also for newcomers and seasoned scholars as well. The exhaustive bibliography includes not only books and articles, but also book reviews and unpublished manuscripts. There is also a rather thorough listing of secondary sources on Frei (at time of review, this was last updated in December 2004). In addition, there are links on the site to full transcripts (edited by Higton himself) of some of Frei's unpublished works - most notably his 1974 lectures delivered on "Religious Transformation in the later Eighteenth Century" in Rockwell - which are held at the Yale Divinity School Library and made freely available.