This book on Paul is unique. It is not a biographical account of his life, nor it is a commentary on the book of Acts. Instead, John Eadie explains Paul’s life and grapples with his theology in a practical manner for a general audience. It is a brief and clear exposition of Paul’s intentions as he is portrayed in the book of Acts. Each chapter depicts a scene in Paul’s life, beginning with Damascus and ending in Rome. Eadie’s volume on Paul’s life provides important contextual information for understanding not only the book of Acts, but also the Pauline epistles.
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