The apostle Paul is one of Christianity’s most important figures. From the famous story of his conversion, to the stories of his missionary journeys, to his house arrest in Rome, the life of Paul, the letters he wrote, and the theology he articulated profoundly influenced the early history of Christianity, as well as the trajectory of Christian theology through the centuries. Writing a large portion of the New Testament and perhaps the most outspoken proponent of Christian theology in the early Church, Paul continues to exert a powerful influence in the lives of Christians today. The Eerdmans Pauline Studies Collection gathers a diverse set of scholarly voices addressing a wide range of issues surrounding Paul and his writings.
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