One of the most common sermonic axioms is that while the Bible contains 66 books, written by 40 authors, spanning over 1500 years, it is ultimately one book written by one author, the Holy Spirit, with one subject, Jesus Christ. But how is that so? How do these very different books-- from Esther to Romans, Obadiah to John, Job to Revelation--fit together? The Story of Scripture provides practical, Christ-centered ways that we can read the Bible as one book. Through an extended tour of the story of the Bible, from Creation and the Fall to Redemption and New Creation, Emerson shows that Scripture tells a coherent story centered on Jesus Christ. If we see how each part of the Bible is connected to that Christ-centered destination, we will understand how Esther, Job, Obadiah and all the rest are each landmarks on the journey leading to that goal.