I first read The Search for Meaning by Thomas Naylor, William H. Willimon, and Magdalena R. Naylor in 1994 when it was originally published. I read it because the topic interested me, having read Viktor E. Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning, an important work with a simple message. Further, I had read Willimon before, since in 1989 he had written a compelling book called Resident Aliens along with Stanley Hauerwas, both theologians at Duke University. My memory of the Naylor, Willimon, and Naylor book was that it was an easy read but somewhat superficial considering the topic; perhaps the lack of depth made me search for greater insights, however. So I reread it again in 2007 and wrote this review (with personal commentary).