THE LIFE OF THE APOSTLE PAUL: The Apostle to the Nations

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Christian Publishing House, Aug 19, 2016 - Religion - 237 pages

 Stalker's Life of St. Paul became one of the most widely read and respected biographies of the Apostle to the Gentiles. As an insightful compendium on the life of Paul, this work is of particular interest to pastors and teachers who desire to add realism and vividness to their account of one of the greatest Christians who ever lived.

Stalker's work includes a section at the back entitled "Hints for Teachers and Questions for Pupils." This supplement contains notes and "further reading" suggestions for those teaching on the life of St. Paul, along with a number of questions over each chapter for students to discuss.

In addition, seventeen extra chapters have been added that will help the reader better understand who the Apostle Paul was and what first-century Christianity was like. For example, a chapter on the conversion of Saul/Paul, Gamaliel Taught Saul of Tarsus, the Rights and Privileges of Citizenship, the "Unknown God," Areopagus, the Observance of Law as to Vows, and much more.


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INTRODUCING The Apostle Paul
His Place In History
His Conversion
His Gospel
The Work Awaiting the Worker
His Writings and His Character
Picture of a Pauling Church
His Great Constroversy
First and Second Imprisonments at Rome
A Defense
APPENDIX O Why is Life So Unfair?
APPENDIX P Does God Step in and Solve Our Every Problem
the Holy Spirit?

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About the author (2016)

JAMES STALKER Biographical information on Stalker by Alexander Gammie.

EDWARD D. ANDREWS (AS in Criminal Justice, BS in Religion, MA in Biblical Studies, and MDiv in Theology) is CEO and President of Christian Publishing House. He has authored fifty-three books and coauthored and updated and expanded three books, as well as over 200 articles. Andrews is the chief translator of the Updated American Standard Version.