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Richard J. Cassidy provides us with a fresh look at Paul's Roman imprisonment and its influence on his letters. This academic study of Paul brings new insight to the interpretation of his letters, especially Romans and Phillipians. New Testament scholars and general readers alike will find Cassidy's book provoking as well as rewarding.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 336 Vendor: Herder & Herder Publication Date: 2001
Dimensions: 9 X 6 X 1 (inches) ISBN: 0824519213 ISBN-13: 9780824519216 Availability: In Stock
Richard J. Cassidy sheds new light on this relation between the earliest Christians and Roman authorities. Cassidy successfully challenges the assumption that Paul had a single view of secular power by showing how St. Paul's chains and his imprisonment influenced him over time to change his views about Roman rule.
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5 Stars Out Of 5
August 18, 2010
The picture of Apostle Paul and Apostle Peter in Roman prison ministering to believers, is awesome. It is a book that I have almost read non-stop. It has reference to church literature and other sources. Sent this as a gift and have my own copy. Definetly should be read by anyone interested in Paul's ministery or the rest of the story about Paul in Roman prison. Books were brand new, and delivered very quick. A must have book. B. Clark