In Shakespeare's early lyrics and comedies, ancient Greek desire and individual freedom are combined with Christian abstention and mercy perfectly. After eliminating the extreme asceticism, Christian culture displays the beauty of human nature. His early chronicle plays not only affirm the rationality of desire and human power and value, but also endow monarch with Jesus' mercy and lenience. His medium-term tragedies on one hand, depict the reality of evil desire overriding the clemency, on the other hand, reflect the kindness and evil by making clemency and caritas as a mirror and castigate the evil. His afternoon legend plays express more ideal and hope of Mankind in the way of Jesus' lenience and caritas. Taken together, Shakespeare's composition is a model of combining the Greek secular humanistic consciousness and Hebraic religious humanistic consciousness, and also blends the "ancient people" of Middle Ages and the "modern people" of early Renaissance.