In this significant account of the life and teaching of St. Paul, Deissmann set the standard for Pauline studies in the early 20th century. Separating assumptions from facts on Paul, he focuses on historical context and New Testament studies to reveal an accurate and in-depth study. Deissmann examines several different aspects of Paul’s character, such as his lineage, conversion, apostleship, and historical context. Included are extensive indexes, preface, a detailed table of contents, and a map of the ancient world. Deissman’s conversational yet highly academic style makes St. Paul: A Study in Social and Religious History the perfect resource for students and pastors.
- Contains premier New Testament scholarship
- Academic yet highly readable
- Includes detailed indexes and bibliographies
- The Problem and The Sources
- The World of St. Paul
- St. Paul The Man
- St. Paul The Jew
- St. Paul The Christian
- St. Paul The Apostle
- St. Paul in the World's Religious History
- The Proconsulate of L. Junius Gallio
- On the Alter of the Unknown God
- Explanatory Remarks on the Map—'The World as Known to St. Paul'
- Title: St. Paul: A Study in Social and Religious History
- Author: Adolf Deissmann
- Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
- Publication Date: 1912
- Pages: 351
About Adolf Deissmann
Adolf Deissmann was born in 1866 in Germany. A prominent German Biblical scholar, he was an expert in Hellenistic Greek, proving that the New Testament was based on the common language of the Hellenistic world. He died in 1937.