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Paul Apostle To The Nations

Author : Walter F. Taylor
ISBN : 9781451424461
Genre : Religion
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Who was Paul; what did he do, what did he write? Walter F. Taylor sets out to bring together a wealth of contemporary perspectives in a clear and accessible synthesis, bringing to bear on his subject the best of recent social-scientific and cultural-anthropological thinking on Paul. An appendix presents a clear summary of issues related to Pauls thought on gender and sexuality.

Romans Chapters 9 16

Author : Jerome Cameron Goodwin
ISBN : 1463797184
Genre : Religion
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The Commented Bible series is a comprehensive and detailed verse by verse study of the entire Bible. It is designed as a personal, Bible study and group study platform for learning the entire Bible. Each volume covers every Chapter and Verse, with commentary, a wealth of applicable cross-reference scriptures, background material, application to the past and present, with study questions on every paragraph. It covers all of the Bible's illustrations, parables and teachings in depth. Quickly you can become an expert by simply reading the material and answering the simple, but thought provoking questions. The Commented Bible – Book 45B – Romans”, is 2nd in a series of writings on the writings of the Apostle Paul, entitled, Paul, Apostle To The Nations I Made You, in 13 parts. This book in the series is Part 2, and it covers the Bible book of Romans Chapters 9-16. It is 316 pages in length and will serve as a learning tool and continuing study reference throughout one's life. It is a valuable reference for Christians who want to study deeply the true teachings of the Bible, which writings are the basis of all true faith. It is designed for the layman, and does not require any pre-existing knowledge of the Bible to properly understand it. It is designed to be a simple and effective means for anyone who is wanting to know accurately what the Bible teaches to learn it. It includes much documentary and background information on Paul's life, and it makes clear all his teachings, by showing all pertinent cross-reference information from the rest of the Bible record. It was written to bring together Christians into a unity of thought, by bringing together all other pertinent scriptural information in one place for study and meditation. It can be read as a book, used as a reference tool, or as the medium for group studies and open discussions. After reading it you will know the truth, and will be able to express your faith with confidence and accuracy on any part of Paul's writings. God's word is truth! It is also part of a larger work called “The Commented Bible” which currently includes 83 other works covering the books of Isaiah through to the Revelation.

The Prophet St Paul

Author : Arno Clemens Gaebelein
ISBN : UCAL:$B51711
Genre : Eschatology
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Saint Paul Apostle Of Nations

Author : Henri Daniel-Rops
ISBN : 1594170800
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Paul And The Nations

Author : James M. Scott
ISBN : 3161463773
Genre : Religion
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From reviews: Scott offers us a new way to resolve an old problem. Instead of viewing Paul's geographical understanding of the world from a merely Greco-Roman perspective, he suggests that we begin with Paul's distinctly Jewish perspective of the world's geography: the table of the nations. Here Scott makes a compelling case and opens new vistas for understanding Paul as the apostle of the nations.Frank J. Matera in The Catholic Biblical Quarterly No. 59 (1997) 398-399.

Saint Paul The Apostle

Author : Mary Fabyan Windeatt
ISBN : 9781618902955
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We just found out theres a plan to kill you! blurted out one man among the little group of Christians as they stumbled into the house of Soul (who later became known as Paul). The murderers have been hired, and the Damascus authorities have agreed to look the other way, put in another breathlessly. For a moment there was silence from Saul. Well, what are you going to do? Whispered the visitors fearfully. Saul thought joyfully of how Saint Stephen had been martyred for Christ. But he knew that was not Gods will for him just yet. Ill leave Damascus and escape to Jerusalem, he answered. Ill go after dark. Will you help me? But the watchmen will never let you pass the city gates. Theyve all been bribed by you enemies. Well bypass the city gates, answered Saul calmly. Just let me explain. What did Saul have in mind? Would it be dangerous? And would it work? This book tells what happened. It also describes how Paul won victories over the Devil, how he was mistaken for a god, and how he faced court trials, scourging, imprisonment, angry mobs and, finally, martyrdom for Christ. In short, this is the story of the many adventures in the life of the great Saint Paul, the Apostle to the Gentiles.

Paul

Author : Stephen J. Binz
ISBN : 1587432781
Genre : Religion
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Ancient-Future Bible Study incorporates contemporary study of the Bible with an experience of the church's most ancient way of reading Scripture, lectio divina. This time-honored practice consists of five basic movements: biblical study (lectio), reflection (meditatio), prayer (oratio), discernment (contemplatio), and contemplative action (operatio). In six clearly written volumes, bestselling author Stephen Binz helps readers study the Bible in a way that leads to spiritual transformation and brings them closer to God. Binz leads readers in a vivid study of key biblical characters, including Abraham, Paul, Peter, David, the women of the Torah, and the women of the Gospels. He shows all Christians who desire to have a transforming experience with the inspired Word of God how studying Scripture through lectio divina can enrich their discipleship. This ecumenical Bible study, designed for use by individuals or groups, includes questions for personal reflection and suggested action. Each volume includes leader's notes for guiding a study over the course of six sessions.

The Gospel To The Nations

Author : Peter Thomas O'Brien
ISBN : 0851114687
Genre : Bible
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The mission of the apostle Paul, to proclaim the gospel to the nations, continues to be of vital relevance for the Christian church at the beginning of the twenty-first century. By Paul's own testimony, the gospel he was set apart to preach focused on Jesus Christ - crucified and risen - as the fulfilment of God's promises (Romans 1:1-3). If we are to be true to the apostle, we must seek to understand his mission and message from the perspective of biblical theology. This impressive collection of essays explores facets of such a perspective, under four broad headings: the Old Testament background to Paul's mission, New Testament studies, the wider context of the world in which Paul's message was proclaimed, and the use of that message in history and contemporary thought. The essays offer fresh and important contributions to Pauline studies. They were commissioned in honour of Peter T. O'Brien (Vice Principal, Moore Theological College, Sydney), who has made Paul's concerns his own through distinguished scholarship and personal ministry. Book jacket.

The Apostle To The Conquered

Author : Davina C. Lopez
ISBN : 9781451406252
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Apostle to the Conquered reveals the subversive heart of Paul's theology, reframing his "conversion" in terms of "consciousness," and his exhortations as a politics of the new creation.

Documents And Images For The Study Of Paul

Author : Neil Elliott
ISBN : 9781451415148
Genre : Religion
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Documents and Images for the Study of Paul gathers representative texts illustrating Jewish practices, Greco-Roman moral exhortation, biblical interpretation, Roman ideology, apocalyptic visions, epistolary conventions, and much more, to illustrate the complex cultural environment in which Paul carried out his apostolic work and the manifold ways in which his legacy was reshaped in early Christianity. Brief, insightful introductions orient the reader to how these sources might play a role in different contemporary interpretations of Paul's life and thought. Lavishly illustrated with more than one hundred black and white photographs, charts, a map and timeline of Paul's world, this sourcebook is a welcome resource for courses on Paul and his letters.

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