In this volume, Conrad Gempf sympathizes with the fact that many Christians struggle with liking and understanding Paul, but explains that looking at Paul’s life from a new approach will provide more clarity. Gempf examines Galatians, 1 Corinthians, and Philemon to explore why people struggle with Paul’s writings, and how to approach the text in a way that changes the reader’s understanding of Paul’s letters and character. How to Like Paul Again shows how with a new approach and more background knowledge, readers can gain a better understanding of Paul’s genius.
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Conrad Gempf is a lecturer in New Testament at London School of Theology in the United Kingdom. He is the author of Jesus Asked, and has edited or contributed to many journals, books, and reference works, including The Book of Acts in Its First Century Setting, Volume 2: The Book of Acts in Its Graeco-Roman Setting.