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Paul

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The Apostle Paul has shaped the course of Christian ethics for centuries and is widely regarded as the most influential theologian in the Christian tradition.

In this authoritative introduction, Morna D. Hooker offers a female perspective on a figure usually portrayed as a conservative misogynist. Looking behind the epistles to reconstruct the real man and his beliefs, she places the scriptures in their original context and suggests a consistent and coherent Pauline theology.

Original and thought-provoking, this concise study is essential for all who seek to learn more about the most controversial figure in Christianity.
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Product details

  • CD-Audio
  • 122 x 132mm | 68g
  • Bolinda Audio Books
  • Tullamarine, Australia
  • English
  • Unabridged
  • Unabridged edition
  • 1743105150
  • 9781743105153

Review quote

"A lucid, informed and immensely readable introduction to Paul by one of the most respected writers in the field of Pauline studies." -- Alister E. McGrath - Professor of Historical Theology, Oxford University "I know of no finer introduction to Paul's writings and theology. Hooker writes with rare clarity, flair and verve." -- Graham Stanton - Lady Margaret's Professor of Divinity, Cambridge University
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About Morna D. Hooker

Morna D. Hooker is Lady Margaret's Professor of Divinity Emerita at Cambridge University. She is fellow of Robinson College, Cambridge, and the author of thirteen books and numerous papers. Paul English is an actor and narrator based in Melbourne who has appeared in more than 40 productions with major Australian theatre companies. Some highlights include Shakespeare's Hamlet, Chekhov's Ivanov and Stoppard's Arcadia. Paul's television credits include SeaChange, Curtin and Gallipoli. His narration of Mao's Last Dancer (2004) and Coming Rain (2017) have both won AudioFile Earphones Awards.
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