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Paul : the mind of the Apostle

Autore: A N Wilson
Editore: New York : W.W. Norton & Co., 1997.
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : Biography : English : 1st American edVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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As A.N. Wilson, biographer of Tolstoy, C.S. Lewis, and Jesus, makes clear in this astonishing and gripping narrative, Christianity without Paul is quite literally nothing. Jesus, with the layers of exegesis, scholarship, and ceremony stripped away, is a Jew, a fastidious and fervent Jew, who would lead his followers into a stricter, purer observance of Judaism. It is Paul who will claim divinity for him, who will
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Genere/forma: Biography
Persona incaricata: Paul, the Apostle Saint.
Tipo materiale: Biography
Tipo documento: Book
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: A N Wilson
ISBN: 0393040666 9780393040661 9780393317602 0393317609
Numero OCLC: 35849092
Note: The Mazal Holocaust Collection.
Descrizione: 273 pages : maps ; 25 cm
Contenuti: The Emperor Nero's legacy to the Christian church --
Saul of Tarsus --
Jerusalem --
Conversion --
Paul in Arabia : the silent years --
The church of Rome --
Antioch --
Antioch vs. Jerusalem --
Paul in Europe --
Corinth --
Ephesus --
Last journey to Jerusalem --
Caesarea --
I appeal unto Caesar --
The school of Paul --
The voyage to Rome.
Responsabilità: A.N. Wilson.

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As A.N. Wilson, biographer of Tolstoy, C.S. Lewis, and Jesus, makes clear in this astonishing and gripping narrative, Christianity without Paul is quite literally nothing. Jesus, with the layers of exegesis, scholarship, and ceremony stripped away, is a Jew, a fastidious and fervent Jew, who would lead his followers into a stricter, purer observance of Judaism. It is Paul who will claim divinity for him, who will transform him into the Messiah, center of an entirely.

New religion. In Wilson's deft and psychologically astute narrative, we see Paul negotiating the dangerous political currents of the Roman Empire; traveling everywhere; making converts; writing the great epistles that define our understanding of Christ and the sublime paradoxes of his teaching; defusing the natural antagonism of the supreme temporal power to this dangerous spiritual force, Christianity, which would in time consume that empire from within. What drove.

Paul? What fueled this act of inspired creativity? What would he think of what his church has become? The answers lie in Wilson's extraordinary biography, which lays bare the psychological journey of Christianity's true inventor.

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