The Life of St. Paul

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Zondervan, 1983 - Biography & Autobiography - 158 pages
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This volume is fittingly a part of James Stalker's trilogy The Life of Jesus Christ, The Trial and Death of Jesus Christ, and The life of St. Paul, for the apostle Paul is the interpreter of the entire purpose of Christ's coming. This book has been recognized by many as the leading popular biography of the greatest preacher of the Christian church. It is informative and heartwarming in its treatment of the life and ministry of Paul. Chapter titles include the following: - His Place in History - His Unconscious Preparation for His Work - His Conversion - His Gospel - The Work Awaiting the Worker - His Missionary Travels - Picture of a Pauline Church - His Great Controversy -- Hints for Teachers and Questions of Pupils conclude this work.

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The Life of St. Paul was good, however, it was not as thorough a study as I was looking for. I did use it in conjunction with Charles Swindoll's book Paul Grace and Grit which I really enjoyed. Read full review

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About the author (1983)

James A. Stalker was born in Scotland in 1848. He graduated from Edinburgh and New College and served for many years as a pastor in the Free Church of Scotland.

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