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Saint Paul in Greece

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SPCK, Pott, Young, & Co., Wyman & Sons n.d.

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Overview

Gerald Davies illustrates the geographical and physical aspects of Greece. He explains the political position of Greece in the days of St. Paul. He describes the national character of the Greeks in the early and later periods. He details the religion, art, and positions of women and slaves in Greece. He then sketches Thessalonica, Athens, and Corinth as seen in the eyes of St. Paul as he visited each city.

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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 Gerald S. Davies

Gerald S. Davies (1845–1927) entered Charterhouse School at age 9 through a nomination at the disposal of the young Prince of Wales, and given to his father by Queen Victoria. In due course he became head of the school and went to Cambridge as a scholar of Christ's. After ordination he served a Bedfordshire curacy, but in 1873, soon after Charterhouse School had been removed to Godalming, he returned to it as a master and remained in that capacity until 1905. In 1908 he was appointed by the Governors of Sutton's Hospital to be Master, in succession to the Rev. Dr. Jelf, who had died.

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