With In Paul’s Shadow D. Edmond Hiebert presents the personalities around Paul. With the exception of Jesus Christ, no one figures more prominently in the pages of the New Testament than the Apostle Paul. Author of 13 New Testament books and a central figure in the book of Acts, Paul was the individual most responsible for the spread of the gospel in the first century. Yet he was not alone in his labors. Hiebert, a noted author, teacher, and Bible commentator, takes a look at Paul’s many co-laborers as well as his many foes.
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D. Edmond Hiebert (1910–1995) was a noted author, teacher, and Bible commentator. He received his AB in history from John Fletcher College and his ThM and ThD from Southern Baptist Seminary. Before and during his seminary training he served as a pastor; following his graduation from seminary he served as professor of New Testament at Tabor College, Hillsboro, Kansas. In 1955 he became professor of Greek and New Testament at the Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary in Fresno, CA. He authored 17 books—the majority of them focusing on New Testament books and topics. He has also contributed articles to various periodicals including The Christian Leader, The Defender, The Journal of Church & Society, Bibliotheca Sacra, and Direction.