Apostle Paul

Apostle Paul The iconic Saint Paul in his lifetime a scholar prosecutor for the high court of the Jews accomplice in murder adventurer traveler orator writer advocate and organizer of a new faith was in fa

  • Title: Apostle Paul
  • Author: James Cannon Carlos Chagas
  • ISBN: 9781581952209
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Paperback
  • Apostle Paul

    The iconic Saint Paul in his lifetime a scholar, prosecutor for the high court of the Jews, accomplice in murder, adventurer, traveler, orator, writer, advocate, and organizer of a new faith was in fact a Jewish Hellenistic citizen of the Roman Empire, a man who by the force of his intellect and indomitable will changed the course of history Eventually he became the lThe iconic Saint Paul in his lifetime a scholar, prosecutor for the high court of the Jews, accomplice in murder, adventurer, traveler, orator, writer, advocate, and organizer of a new faith was in fact a Jewish Hellenistic citizen of the Roman Empire, a man who by the force of his intellect and indomitable will changed the course of history Eventually he became the leader of the movement that delivered the social and moral authority of Christianity to a pagan world His quality of mind and ability to exhort and persuade, his personal commitment to ethical conduct and values, and his courage and indefatigability made Paul one of the continuing forces in the progress of Western civilization.

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    1. Jody

      This is a novel about the life of the Apostle Paul. It is true to the New Testament story and includes a lot of Paul's writings. The author created a "backstory" about Paul's family that is plausible but certainly fictional. There are some other fictional touches including a love interest. The focus is on Paul's spiritual development. It is well written.

    2. Adrienna

      I was able to read halfway through the book, but got quite a bore for me. The writing was pretty long-winded in some areas that I am not sure if it was even biblical related to his life; yet it is fiction. However I like that this author took the challenge to write about the great apostle Paul overall. I hate I didn't finish the other half of the book though due to my time schedule and after his awakening, meeting the disciples and went on his mission, I was a bit bored. I truly wanted to like i [...]

    3. Dominic

      I stopped reading about 40% in. I understand what Cannon was hoping to do but I couldn't make the connection. Manifesting material based upon scripture is a tough sell. It's better to read commentaries on the Epistles and Acts to gain a better understanding of Paul's life.

    4. Elsa

      Great book! For those like me who did not have much understanding of very early Christianity, this book is a perfect starting place. Provides much historically accurate information, but in novel format to fill in the blanks and make for a more interesting read.

    5. Alice

      This was good. It certainly changes the way I look at Paul (Saul) and Peter. Even though it is fiction, there is quite a bit of fact in it too. I enjoyed it.

    6. Tara

      This book was boring!!! I already knew Paul's story but this author actually made Paul have an illegitimate child!!! Come on!!! That was just to make Pauls story more interesting which this author did not. He put the writing in small font to make the book not seem so long. Sure most of the traveling and mission work was Bible based but if you are going to write a historical fiction novel at least make it a page turner. Most people that read this book are already going to know most of the histori [...]

    7. Leeann Cure

      I thought this was a fairly interesting book. Admittedly I know very little about the true history of the Bible and the beginnings of the church, so what of this book was true and what was fiction I'm not sure. However I like the idea of giving humanity to St. Paul and seeing him as a man who has faults and sins just like the rest of us. The book did get a bit long and tedious at times, especially at the end, but overall it kept my attention. I'd recommend it if you're looking for religious hist [...]

    8. Elsa Englund K

      Another one of my all-time favorite books! I’m not a bible thumper nor do I attend service regularly (in fact, I regularly don’t attend), if that helps in any way.This book is as well-researched as possible (kudos to the author) and impressively tells the story of Paul’s entire life, from youth through adulthood. A wonderful, wonderful read.

    9. Christine

      Loved this book. Very expansive about the history of Christianity through the eyes of one of the first apostle's Paul. Very well researched and written.

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