What Saint Paul Really Said

Author by : N. T. Wright
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Publisher by : Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
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Description : Based on various lectures given at various places and times.


Our Mother Saint Paul

Author by : Beverly Roberts Gaventa
Languange : en
Publisher by : Westminster John Knox Press
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Description : In his epistles, Paul at various points uses maternal imagery to talk about his apostolic labors, sometimes actually referring to himself as a mother. For example, Paul writes that he must behave "like a nurse caring for her own children." Later, he writes, he "is in labor again" and must continue to nurse his fellow Christians with milk. These images, though known among earlier generations of Christians, today remain largely both unacknowledged and unexplored in thinking about Paul and his work. In Our Mother Saint Paul, Beverly Gaventa retrieves these images, explores their significance for understanding apostolic ministry, and demonstrates how they point beyond their original contexts and offer unique perspectives for understanding Paul's thought as well as the larger, cosmic understanding of the gospel.


Saint Paul

Author by : Alain Badiou
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cultural Memory in the Present
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Description : This book revisits and revises some of the most basic concepts of time in the Judeo-Christian tradition, drawing on St. Paul's writings to rethink a new kind of radical faith in truth as an event, as the advent of the incalculable, a modality that remakes the pairing religious/secular.


Saint Paul

Author by : Pier Paolo Pasolini
Languange : en
Publisher by : Verso Trade
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Description : A screenplay of an unfinished film about St. Paul by the late Italian director of Salò reflects an evolving literary trend toward religion in philosophy and critical theory, sharing passionate views intended to both sacralize and profane filmic realities.


New Life In Saint Paul

Author by : Saint Paul (Minn.). City Planning Board
Languange : en
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Saint Paul

Author by : Elliott C. Maloney
Languange : en
Publisher by : Liturgical Press
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Description : In Saint Paul, Elliott C. Maloney explores what the great saint says about the spiritual life, the “how to” in the day-to-day activities and concerns of Christians. How should people live in covenant relationship with God, committed to seeking God’s will in every aspect of their lives? Spirituality is a popular topic, but it is regarded as merely one part of life, some “higher level” of living when compared to ordinary living. Even Catholic scholarship, Maloney argues, notable as it is in Pauline exegesis and theology, seems to lack a feel for the overall kind of living that Paul wanted for his communities, not to mention how we might appropriate such wisdom for today. For Paul, all of a believer’s life is spiritual life. The alternative is a life “according to the flesh,” a self-centered life without God, a continual spiritual death. Based on over forty years of teaching and study of the Pauline letters, Maloney’s Saint Paul offers a rich vision of Christianity and the spiritual life “in Christ.”


Saint Paul And The New Evangelization

Author by : Ronald D. Witherup Ss
Languange : en
Publisher by : Liturgical Press
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Description : Saint Paul and the New Evangelization is your guide to participating in one of the most important renewal movements in the history of the church. Several popes have spoken of the urgent need to reenergize those who have either grown lukewarm in their faith or abandoned it altogether. You know people like this. You probably have friends and family members you pray for every day. Ronald D. Witherup, SS, analyzes the techniques of one of the churchs best evangelistsPaul of Tarsusto show how we can help reinvigorate the faith of friends and loved ones. You dont need to know a lot about the Bible or theology. Just follow St. Pauls inspiring example, and discover how to talk about your faith in ways that change hearts.


Saint Paul S Parish

Author by : John H. McGuckin
Languange : en
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Description : History of the parish, its events in 100 years, with lists of priests and sisters who served there, of sponsors, and many pictures.


In The Steps Of Saint Paul

Author by : Peter W. L. Walker
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lion Books
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Description : In this highly engaging book, Peter Walker uses his expertise in Biblical studies and his wide experience of leading tours around the Mediterranean to bring the world of Saint Paul vividly to life. Following Luke's account in the Book of Acts and using evidence from Paul's own letters, he reconstructs the apostle's wide ranging travels and describes the many places Paul visited as a visitor might encounter them today. In doing so he helps us to appreciate the issues that Paul confronted and to understand the motivation that drove him on. Superbly illustrated with colour photographs, maps and street plans, and supplemented with more detailed material in a series of boxed features, this book offers a splendid, rounded portrait of a most extraordinary man and of the world in which he lived.


Stations Of The Cross According To Saint Paul

Author by : Ronald D. Witherup
Languange : en
Publisher by : Paulist Press
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Description : A set of images, readings, reflections and prayers in the context of St. Paul to assist contemporary believers in reflecting on the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus.


The Imitation Of Saint Paul

Author by : Jim Reapsome
Languange : en
Publisher by : Wipf and Stock Publishers
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Description : The Imitation of Saint Paul takes us behind the headlines of his career and offers a fresh, compelling, contemporary look at the man who changed the world. When the exemplary apostle got into the face of his converts, he bluntly held up his own life as the pattern for theirs. How risky is that? The purpose of this readable work with a modern twist is to discover how Paul viewed his divine commission and how he managed to survive incredible obstacles and hardships that threatened to undo him. What elements in the apostle's life made him the man he was? How does his life become the format of ours? What changes can we make to follow in his footsteps? This work serves as both an introduction to the apostle for those new to the Christian faith and as a healthy reminder for those who want to go deeper in their obedience to and service for Christ.


Justification By Faith In The Letters Of Saint Paul Keys Interpretation

Author by : Aletti Jean- Noël
Languange : en
Publisher by : Gregorian Biblical BookShop
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Description : So much has already been written on the Pauline doctrine of justification that the reader will probably ask what more could there possibly be to say on the subject. However, recent exegetical debates show that interest has not waned. And if the doctrine of justification has been considered as one of the major achievements of New Testament exegesis, recent debates have raised serious methodological and theological doubts: is Paul’s discourse on the Law[1] well-founded, pertinent or erroneous? In other words, did he really understand the Judaism of his time? Exegetes have had to recognize that they knew little about the Judaism of the period. They also have had to admit to their sparse knowledge of Paul’s rhetorical techniques and the function of the literary models he used. And yet, methodological and cultural knowledge is important for correctly tackling and treating the Pauline doctrine of justification. So here, with the help of these tools, the inquiry into this theme is undertaken in order (1) to furnish a more or less complete status quaestionison the research, (2) to note and present the essential principles of the doctrine, synchronically and diachronically, and (3) to demonstrate the importance and the stakes of the doctrine for yesterday as well as for today.


Where To Now Saint Paul

Author by : Brad O’Donnell
Languange : en
Publisher by : iUniverse
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Description : The Church is Dying.  Is Christianity Dying? Absolutely Not! The Baptists expect to lose half their churches in the next 20 years. They revamp their message, but nothing works because they can’t face the real problem that plagues all churches. According to the Christian website, www.gotquestions.org, few young adults have a “biblical worldview,” because they don’t believe in Satan, hell or that Christianity is the only true religion. The problem is that Christianity has an identity crisis that gives young adults good reason to doubt the church. Joseph Ratzinger (pope) quit his first seminary because it conceded that two separate and opposing Christianities existed in the second century. One was the Jewish Christianity of Jesus and the other was the Roman gentile Christianity of Paul. They noted that Paul was “indifferent to the teaching of Jesus... and the opponent of the religion of love, Christ came to announce to the world.” Jesus’ Christianity had no judgment, Satan, hell, Easter or Christmas for 300 years! These were not the teaching of Christ, but pagan traditions added by the Romans when they commandeered the religion later. These facts don’t discredit Jesus Christ at all! Bishop John Spong of Newark says “the church has always dangled us between their imaginary heaven and hell as a control tactic.” This savvy, secular world gets it, and is unmoved by the church’s brimstone threats. They know it has nothing to do with the religion of Jesus Christ. The church is dying, but as they say, “When God closes a door, He always opens a window.” So now, Christian Spirituality, more like original Christianity, is a star on the rise.


Old Saint Paul S

Author by : William Harrison Ainsworth
Languange : en
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