Paul, Apostle to the Nations: An Introduction
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 Paul's thought on gender and sexuality.
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How Can We Study Paul? 1
What Sources Can We Use to Study Paul?
Where and When Did Paul Live and Work?
What Kind of Person Was Paul?
The End Is Nearbut Not Yet
Free To Be Children of God
Life in the Body
God Justiﬁes the Ungodly
Citizenship in Heaven
Life in the Christ Believing Family
Life in the ChristBelieving Family
How Did People Develop What Paul Wrote?
Catholicity and Orthodoxy
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