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Paul's Journey From Tarsus to Rome (eBook)



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By Rex D. Edwards

ISBN: 9780812756807 | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2014

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Introducing the apostle Paul you thought you knew . . . until now.

Feel the heat of the confrontation between Christians and Judaizers in Antioch. Sit in the dungeon with Paul and Silas as the earth moves beneath you and iron bars twist open for your supernatural release. Travel with Paul to breathe on the fires of early churches, igniting to life a gospel that will spread around the world. Finally, witness his violent and victorious end in Rome.

Radical. Cold-blooded persecutor. Misogynist. Preacher. Inventor of Christianity. The apostle Paul has been called a lot of names—but who was this imposing personality?

Whether you are a critic or defender of Paul, or simply curious about the man whose writings make up the majority of the New Testament, you will be fascinated by the results of Edwards’ research.

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Introducing the apostle Paul you thought you knew . . . until now.

Feel the heat of the confrontation between Christians and Judaizers in Antioch. Sit in the dungeon with Paul and Silas as the earth moves beneath you and iron bars twist open for your supernatural release. Travel with Paul to breathe on the fires of early churches, igniting to life a gospel that will spread around the world. Finally, witness his violent and victorious end in Rome.

Radical. Cold-blooded persecutor. Misogynist. Preacher. Inventor of Christianity. The apostle Paul has been called a lot of names—but who was this imposing personality?

Whether you are a critic or defender of Paul, or simply curious about the man whose writings make up the majority of the New Testament, you will be fascinated by the results of Edwards’ research.

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Rex D. Edwards


A New Zealander by birth, Rex D. Edwards has ministered on three continents (Australia, Europe, and North America) as pastor, conference evangelist, educator, and author. He is presently a volunteer research assistant for the General Conference Biblical Research Institute. He has lectured on and traveled widely in the countries of Paul’s missionary journeys and has the remarkable ability to link and relate contemporary archaeological finds to the biblical world.