I, Paul: An Apostle's Story (Study Guide)

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"It could reasonably be argued that no other human, apart from Jesus himself, has had a greater impact on the world than Paul of Tarsus. His theological reflections on the meaning of Jesus' life, death, and resurrection have had a profound impact upon every branch of the Christian faith. His missionary journeys took the gospel across the Roman world. He mentored many second-generation Christian leaders. Thirteen of the New Tes­tament's twenty-seven books are attributed to him, and one-half of the Acts of the Apostles is devoted to telling his story. Today, one-third of the world's pop­ulation look to his writings for inspiration, spiritual direction, and ethical guidance, more than follow the teachings of Muhammad, the Buddha, and Confucius combined."
– Adam Hamilton, from The Call: The Life and Message of the Apostle Paul

This is a ten-lesson study of the life, ministry and historical background of the great Apostle Paul. It has been taught by the author several times in four different congregations.

Author:
Richard Cravy has been on the technology staff and a part-time instructor at Sunset International Bible Institute since 1996. He has taught courses on Christian History, Jeremiah, and Hermeneutics/Effective Bible Study. During his ministry he has served churches in Texas, Florida, Nevada, New Mexico and California, including as an elder in two congregations.

Table of Contents:

  1. Growing Up Jewish
  2. A Blasphemer & Persecutor
  3. But Now I See
  4. The Making of an Apostle
  5. Preaching Christ Crucified
  6. Sharing in His Sufferings
  7. I, Paul, Write This
  8. A Theologian for Jesus
  9. The Care of All the Churches
  10. An Ambassador in Chains
Author/Speaker:
Richard Cravy
Binding:
Large Paperback
Copyright:
2017, 2018
Language:
English
Pages:
43
Publisher:
Effective Bible Study
Subtitle:
A Ten-Lesson Study of the Life, Work and Impact of the Apostle Paul