Scripture is a transformative, unfolding Word that’s shapes and changes its readers. Too often, however, the Bible can be misunderstood or hard to comprehend: How does the Bible, with its various authors, genres, and style, separated by hundreds of years, tell a single story?
In The Unfolding Word, Zach Keele helps readers understand the narrative shape of the Bible and how each of its parts collectively tell one grand Story. Engaging with both ancient history and the personal events depicted in Scripture provides a unique perspective for readers of the Bible. By treating the whole world of Scripture as a cohesive story, hidden insights and spiritual jewels will begin to emerge.
Zach Keele is one of my favorite preachers. In exposing the rich terrain of the passage he has the skills of an archaeologist, reminds us of the big picture like a master story-teller, and touches the heart like a good pastor. This book will lead you to love and understand God and his Word more than ever before.
—Michael Horton, professor, Westminster Seminary California
Zach Keele has been the pastor of Escondido Orthodox Presbyterian Church since 2003. He has also been a lecturer at Westminster Seminary California since 2004 in Greek, Hebrew, English Bible Survey, and speech.