The events around the death of Jesus left his followers in despair and with unanswered questions. The book shows how the narrator of Luke-Acts assigned Peter to interpret these events. By identifying him as one of the eyewitnesses cited in the Gospel preface, the author shows how, by divine intervention, Peter rose from being a simple fisherman to become a witness of Christ. Using elements of narratology, especially Chatman's Story and Discourse, the author demonstrates how modern literary methods could be applied to interpret ancient biblical texts. The use of Point of View reveals how Peter - in six speeches in the Acts of the Apostles - was able to read the events of the story of Jesus into the Hebrew Scriptures and prove to his audiences that these events followed a divine plan.