Conversations on the Road to Emmaus depicts an incredible journey. Jesus walked and talked with two disciples on the Road to Emmaus after He was resurrected from the dead. It is quite intriguing to propose what Jesus said about Himself on that incredible day while on that incredible journey. It is not only intriguing but it is also something—via interpretation of the Old Testament—that is not simply a guess with respect to what was actually talked about. Jesus is referencing the Old Testament. The Word is explaining the Word.
Conversations on the Road to Emmaus is a “novel” (method of writing) combined with a “bible commentary” (content of writing). Thus, this “non-fiction novel” comes with conversation along with biblical interpretation, explanation, and referencing. Herein lies the unique nature of this book. It very much reads like a novel, informal and engaging in that sense. At the same time, it fills the reader with the fruit of a detailed Bible commentary. This unique non-fiction novel, then, is both enjoyable and enlightening to read. So, let us walk together as we listen in on Conversations on the Road to Emmaus.