The Letters of Paul: Conversations in Context

Westminster John Knox Press, 1 ene. 1998 - 241 páginas
Exploring the sometimes heated exchanges found in the letters of Paul, Calvin Roetzel compares Paul's Jewish background and the cultures of his converts. Roetzel brings alive Paul's intriguing and sometimes enigmatic personality, making his theology as accessible and engaging to Christians today as it was to Christians living in the first century.

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