More than merely a retelling of events, the New Testament was written for the purpose of evangelism — not journalism. With that in mind, author Alice Camille offers this enlightening and informative explanation of the New Testament from a Catholic viewpoint. Intended to give readers an appreciation for what compelled the early church to form the New Testament as we know it, this book covers the four gospels, the Acts of the Apostles, letters, and concludes with the Book of Revelation. Careful explanations bring readers into the world of the biblical scholar with language that is both inviting and accessible. Each chapter opens with an anecdote to draw readers in, and concludes with discussion questions for personal reflection or group use.