St. Paul: Teacher and Traveller

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“On any computatuion St. Paul was one of the most formative figures in the history of the world. The heir of two cultures, Hebrew and Greek, and proud of his Roman citizenship, he more than any other man was responsible for transforming the Christianity that he had once persecuted from Jewish sect into a world religion. In this volume leading scholars from Oxford, Cambridge, London and the Open University make penetrating studies of his life and work. It is one of the most stimulating books on St. Paul to have been written in the English language for many years; it will be indispensable to the theological student, a valuable aid to the priest or minister in his study, and as absorbing as a novel to the general reader.” Signed by the author.

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Weight 0.182 kg
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Ivor Bulmer-Thomas

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