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How can we explain the difference between the "miraculous" Christianity expressed in the Gospels and the nearly miracle-free Christianity of Paul? In this historically informed study, senior New Testament scholar Graham Twelftree challenges the view that Paul was primarily a thinker and reimagines him as an apostle of Jesus for whom the miraculous was of profound importance. Highlighting often-overlooked material in Paul's letters, Twelftree offers a fresh consideration of what the life and work of Paul might teach us about miracles in early Christianity and sheds light on how early Christians lived out their faith.

GÉNERO
Religión y espiritualidad
PUBLICADO
2013
septiembre 15
LENGUAJE
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
416
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Baker Publishing Group
VENDEDOR
Baker Book House Company
TAMAÑO
5.7
MB

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