Paul: The Mind of the Apostle

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Sinclair-Stevenson, 1997 - Bible - 273 pages
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In his most controversial work of non-fiction to date, A. N. Wilson presents the view that what we know as Christianity today came not from Jesus, but from Paul of Tarsus.

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User Review  - Agatha Nolen - Goodreads

This is a fascinating book not for the wisdom that it imparts, but for the questions it raises. It is a well-woven story about the life and times of Paul from the context of the culture of the first ... Read full review

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User Review  - Matt Ely - Goodreads

An important book, certainly, in that it makes a conscious effort toward minimalism. If we assume the worst about Luke's propensity for truth telling and write off every letter we're not sure Paul ... Read full review

Contents

The Emperor Neros Legacy to the Christian Church
1
Saul of Tarsus
23
Jerusalem
37
Copyright

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