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Inhaltsangabe: What drove the apostle Paul from his Damascus road event through to the end of his life? That is the question at the back of this powerfully argued work by a leading New Testament scholar. According to Paul in Syria: The Background to Galatians it was the Spirit-borne relationship with Abba, Father through the radical faith-relationship with the crucified One that goes furthest to accounting for the motivation of this remarkable man as missionary, pastor and theologian. Barnett proposes that an understanding of Pauls years in SyriaCilicia is critical for understanding the visit to Jerusalem, the mission to Galatia, the counter-mission of the agitators, the dispute with Cephas in Antioch and the implied dispute with James. Read this work and see Galatians, perhaps, in a different light.
Über den Autor: Well-known author, PAUL BARNETT, has taught in a number of prestigious institutions including Moore College, Sydney, Australia, and Macquarrie University. He has also been the Bishop of North Sydney. Since retirement, he is currently Honorary Associate in Ancient History, Macquarie University, Lecturer Emeritus, Moore College and Teaching Fellow at Regent College. He is the author of many seminal works on the New Testament.
Buchbeschreibung Authentic Media Apr 2014, 2014. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 209 x 140 x 21 mm. Neuware - A clear examination of the Spirit-borne relationship with the 'Abba, Father'through the radical faith-relationship with the crucified One that goes furthest to accounting for the motivation of Paul as missionary, pastor and theologian. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781842278536