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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.

life tended to fix their thoughts on One that was to come. By types and by promises, their eyes were continually turned towards a Messiah. Their history was a continued prophecy. All the great stages of their national existence were accompanied by effusions of prophetic light.1 Abraham was called from his father’s house, and it was revealed that in him “all families of the earth should be blessed.” Moses formed Abraham’s descendants into a people, by giving them a law and national institutions;
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