Paul: Apostle of the Heart Set Free
Written by one of the best known and most respected biblical scholars of all time, this illustrated volume explores all of the primary themes in Paul's thought as they developed in the historical context of his life and travels. While Bruce's primary concern is to portray the life of the apostle Paul, he also examines the main themes of Paul's thought, set in their historical background and illustrated from his letters. Originally published in 1977, this new paperback edition of Paul will be used with profit by all who have an interest in the primitive church—from general readers to the most advanced biblical scholar.
About the Author
F. F. Bruce (1910-90) was the Rylands Professor of Biblical Criticism and Exegesis at the University of Manchester, england. He wrote more than forty commentaries and other widely used books, including The Acts of the Apostles, The Gospel of John, The Message of the New Testament, and A Mind for What Matters. He also served as general editor of the The New International Commentary on the New Testament from 1962 to 1990.