Unleavened Faith lets the Bible speak for itself; it attempts to show how to study God’s word by carefully listening to what it says. It is far more a guidebook than a commentary; it will aid in directing our meditations and, more importantly, put limits on our imaginations in the study of the Scriptures.
The method used in these studies is in opposition to private interpretation. It begins with showing Christians where they fit in the world of religion; then gives the rules for understanding, building the precepts or general principles to which all doctrine and teaching must conform to rightly divide and correctly interpret the Word of truth.
Unleavened Faith is not written in scholarly jargon but by and for the average person desirous of a better knowledge and understanding of God’s Word: “Let him that glorieth glory in this, that he understandeth and knoweth me, that I am the LORD which exercise lovingkindness, judgment, and righteousness, in the earth.”