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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Review: Paul: The Mind of the Apostle

User Review  - Scott Holstad - Goodreads

I FINALLY finished this book! It took me forever because it's fairly dry and the content doesn't interest me as much as that in some other books. Still, this was a fairly interesting book to read. The ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ellen - Goodreads

This book provides a lot of context that is helpful in understanding Acts and the letters. Mr Wilson has a clear point of view which is interesting. This book makes me want to read more about Paul and explore some different points of view. Read full review

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