The Life of Saint Paul : Updated and Revised Edition
This updated and revised edition of Stalker's classic work, first published in 1884, has left the majority of the original material intact. The language and format was updated for modern readers, and the English Standard Version (ESV) has been used for a modern translation of scripture. Maps and timelines have been added to provide the most recent scholarly research. An updated bibliography and index of subjects is also provided to assist the user in accessing the material. A suitable resource intended for laypeople who want to know more about the apostle Paul, whether in seminary courses, college classrooms, homeschooling (grade 8 and up), church groups or personal study "Mr. Stalker gives a masterly miniature and thousands will see more of Paul in it than in the life-sized portraits." - Charles H. Spurgeon, "Prince of Preachers." "It is the best brief life of Paul of which I know." - Wilbert W. White, D.D. "It is remarkable for its originality of method, clearness of style, comprehensiveness of view and suggestiveness of matter." - William M. Taylor, D.D. "Should be in the hands of every student of Paul; it is brief, clear, and concise; it traces the growth of Paul's gospel, and reveals the mind and heart of the great Apostle to the Gentiles." - Arthur G. Leacock. "Dr. Stalker writes clearly because he sees clearly. . . . His book is a miracle of condensation, a miniature masterpiece." - George Jackson, PhD.
- Paperback | 136 pages
- 152 x 229 x 7mm | 191g
- 27 Feb 2016
- Life of Saint Paul: Updated and Revised Edition
- Illustrations, black and white
About James M Stalker
JAMES M. STALKER (1848-1927) was a Scottish Presbyterian minister and scholar. He was the minster at St. Brycedale, Kirkcaldy, and St. Matthew's, Glasgow. He was also Professor of Church History, Free Church College, 1902-1924. He is also the author of many works including The Life of Jesus Christ and The Trial and Death of Jesus Christ. DAVID E. GRAVES (Ph.D., University of Aberdeen) has been involved in teaching the Bible and archaeology for more then thirty-five years and is currently an Assistant Professor at Liberty University, School of Divinity. He is the author of The Seven Messages of Revelation and Vassal Treaties; Key Themes of the Old Testament; Key Themes of the New Testament; The Location of Sodom; Biblical Archaeology Vol. 1 and Vol. 2; and has authored a number of articles on the Bible and archaeology.