Keller has a wonderful writing tone. I feel like we're sitting in a small group with Mark open in our laps and he's simply pointing out things as we read. He writes in a way that's accessible for the person who is first cracking open a Bible with a dollop of skepticism, yet with the attention to detail that will hold the interest of the seasoned Bible hound. He points out details of the whole biblical narrative--isn't it nice that your students have that timeline available while they read?--while unfolding the mission and ministry of our Servant Savior, the King bearing a cross. He invites the reader into a relationship with this King who will transform them according to the model of a servant. Keller opens the window for healing all wounds through Jesus and the transformation into agents of grace and justice to a world in need. As you can see, this book is the perfect fit for Crossways
® classes. I introduce it as a bridge between the Old Testament and the New and then recommend it again after we've blazed through the Gospels. It also offers further processing for students who have used Road to Coronation
or between the two semesters of The Divine Drama
Previously published in hardcover as King's Cross.
PAPERBACK, 305 pages