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Paul: Mind of the Apostle

Paperback|Mar 1998
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In his most controversial work of non-fiction to date, A. N. Wilson presents the view that what we know as Christianity today came not from Jesus, but from Paul of Tarsus.


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In his most controversial work of non-fiction to date, A. N. Wilson presents the view that what we know as Christianity today came not from Jesus, but from Paul of Tarsus.
-Publisher

Paul has had many detractors, believing him to be the originator of the Christian prejudice against women and homosexuals, or the bigoted theologue the message of Jesus. This book sees a different Paul, the first of the great romantic poets, the man who made the crucified Jesus his inner light and in so doing preserved the image of Christ the Saviour for posterity. `A. N. Wilson's admirable and compelling biography should encourage many to revise their view of the Apostle, if only because, despite its sound scholarship, it is destined to reach a wider audience than most learned studies. Wilson shows clearly that without Paul Christianity would have been impossible and, indeed, that the gospel portrait of Jesus has been so profoundly influenced by Paul's theology that it is impossible for us to separate the two. . . One of the great strengths of Wilson's book is that it reveals the extent of our ignorance about the origins of Christainity. 'Karen Armstrong, THE TIMES. `Characteristically clever and urbane, informed and entertaining. ' Edward Norman, DAILY TELEGRAPH `(Wilson)writes vividly and well and brings his novelist's gifts to bear on what is, in part, a detective story. `Anthony Howard, SUNDAY TIMES
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