Sometimes "the greatest story ever told" never really gets told... Believers and unbelievers alike see God and his Word through our own lenses, unintentionally filtering truth and seeking out teachers and communities whose image of God resembles our own. As a result, we have had conflict between religions, denominations, and those with opposing views for two millennia about the same story. Comprised of layers of thought, The Greatest Story Never Told invites students of the Bible to lay down what they think they know about God's Word and begin an adventure into the unknown by reading, observing, and looking at what might be to become like children again and experience the great story of the gospel with new eyes. Taking this posture toward Scripture, Daniel gives specific tools on how to read (and reread) the Bible through the lens of shifting cultural values, language characteristics, elements of story, patterns of thought, and driving national narratives of the biblical authors. Christ-followers will be challenged to rethink long-held suppositions, and to better understand the unfolding revelation God offers, bringing us to intellectually honest theological positions.