The Apostle Paul was one of the most prominent leaders of the Christian faith. After converting to Christianity, Paul sought to spread the Gospel through his writings and missionary journeys. Though persecuted throughout his ministry, nothing stopped the apostle from spreading the gospel of Christ; several of his most valuable works were even written during his imprisonment! Thirteen epistles of the twenty-seven New Testament books are attributed to him and form the foundation of Christian living today.
The SPCK Pauline Studies Collection (3 vols.) introduces the life, works, and mission of Paul the Apostle. It gives us a look into the political, social, and religious context of Paul’s origins and analyzes the role Scripture played in forming his thought. Though his teachings are well-known and have been some of the major influences of Christian thought and living, Paul’s works are still the in the forefront of major controversy. This collection also explores the obstacles Paul’s epistles have faced and defends his works in relation to Jesus’ teaching. In presenting all aspects of his works, ministry, and thought, this collection seeks to combat Pauline criticism with its solid study and to bring a new-found appreciation for the apostle and his works.
With the Logos edition of the SPCK Pauline Studies Collection (3 vols.), all Scripture references are linked to your Greek texts and preferred English translations, giving you the tools you need for academic research, sermon preparation, or personal study. This collection is a vital addition to the libraries pastors, students, and anyone interested in understanding the most significant developments in Pauline studies in recent decades.