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Scenes from the Life of St. Paul and Their Religious Lessons
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Scenes from the Life of St. Paul and Their Religious Lessons

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Religious Tract Society 1909

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Overview

John Howson writes this book with two purposes in view. The first one is to aim at the religious edification of the reader, not the mere explanation and description. The second is to keep in mind the surrounding characteristic of the day is the tendency to unbelief or half-belief. He writes about Saul and his conversion, St. Paul and the gospel in the Roman Empire, his companions, his travels, and his suffering to the end. He also discusses Greek art and philosophy in the days of St. Paul.

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Key Features

  • Explore’s different aspects of Paul’s life
  • Discusses Paul’s revolutionary teachings about Christ
  • Provides incredible insight into the context of Paul’s ministry

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About John Saul Howson

John Saul Howson (1816-1885) was born at Giggleswick-on-Craven, Yorkshire. He became senior classical master at the Liverpool College in 1845 under his friend W. J. Conybeare, whom he succeeded as principal in 1849. He held this post until 1865, and it was largely due to his influence that a similar college for girls was established at Liverpool. Howson’s chief literary production was The Life and Epistles of St. Paul in which he collaborated with Conybeare.