After his conversion Paul became one of the Christian religion's most ingenious, impassioned and influential polemicists. In this study Professor Saunders tries to explain the convoluted arguments through which Paul's fundamental tenets were worked out.
As the Apostle to the Gentiles and the author of the letters that form the basis of Christian theology, Paul is rightly recognized as one of the most powerful figures in the history of the Church. In this short introduction, internationally renowned New Testament scholar, E. P. Sanders, considers the influence of Paul's Jewish background and missionary activity on the development of his teaching.
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Paul by E. P. Sanders
E. P. Sanders
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