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An excellent source of historical scholarship, The Life and Epistles of St. Paul juxtaposes Paul's writings with the events of his life. This gives the reader the ability to engage these biblical texts with a greater knowledge of context and perspective of the world Paul lived in, allowing them to analyze his writing with greater depth and accuracy.

Jews with the earnestness of a man who has no time to lose and no thought to waste on his own sufferings. He preached not himself but Christ crucified. The Jewish Scriptures were the ground of his argument. He recurred to the same subject again and again. On three successive Sabbaths1 he argued with them; and the whole body of Jews resident in Thessalonica were interested and excited with the new doctrine, and were preparing either to adopt or oppose it. The three points on which he insisted were
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