Philippians And Galatians (Student/Study Guide)
The letters to the Philippian and Galatian congregations illustrate well the passion and intensity of Paul’s writing. Together these letters provide a compelling portrait of a complex original thinker who probably was the most significant missionary of his day, a theologian and social critic of rare power and insight whose legacy continues today to spark heated debate. Yet if we can catch even a little of Paul’s vision, we are likely to be transformed. We may find ourselves called, like Paul himself, to a fresh vision of what God is doing in the world and to participation in the crucified body of Christ.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780664227463
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: September 2001
Interpretation Bible Studies
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
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