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Riassunto: *Includes pictures of historic art depicting Paul and important events in his life.
*Includes a bibliography for further reading.

“Paul's letters reveal a remarkable human being: dedicated, compassionate, emotional, sometimes harsh and angry, clever and quick-witted, supple in argumentation, and above all possessing a soaring, passionate commitment to God, Jesus Christ, and his own mission. Fortunately, after his death one of his followers collected some of the letters, edited them very slightly, and published them. They constitute one of history's most remarkable personal contributions to religious thought and practice.” – E.P. Sanders
Aside from Jesus himself, one of the most important and best known individuals of the New Testament is Paul the Apostle, formerly Saul of Tarsus. A “Hebrew born of Hebrews”, Paul’s conversion to Christianity was unquestionably one of the seminal events in the history of the religion, because it would be Paul who spread Christianity across much of the Mediterranean. In the process, over half of the history recorded in the Acts of the Apostles covers the life of Paul, and over half of the letters of the New Testament were written by him. Many churches and cathedrals in the western world have been named after him, and on any given Sunday in any number of churches around the world, his writings and the events of his life form the basis of sermons, devotional literature, books, Bible studies, music, movies and prayers.
At the same time, even as Paul’s life and works are better documented than just about any other figure in the New Testament, a lot about him remains mysterious. In addition to what was written in Scripture, other sources have helped to fill in the gaps, particularly a tradition that holds Paul was martyred in Rome during the reign of Nero. Despite the primary source material that comes from the books of the New Testament, primarily Acts and Paul’s own writings, no autobiography of Paul exists, and the Bible did not record the details of his life.
Legends of the Bible: St. Paul the Apostle chronicles the history, mysteries, and Scripture passages about Christianity’s most famous messenger, examining the Bible and historical record to piece together an understanding of the known and unknown about him. Along with pictures and a bibliography, you will learn about Paul like you never have before, in no time at all.

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