As editor of the Series and author of this introductory volume, Professor Williams (University of Denver) combines sound...

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PAUL, THE WORLD'S FIRST MISSIONARY

As editor of the Series and author of this introductory volume, Professor Williams (University of Denver) combines sound scholarship with a gift for popular writing, and sets a high standard for other contributors in his goal -- to make the lives of great religious leaders as colorful, exciting, dramatic and heroic as those of explorers, scientists and statesmen. In this life of Paul he gives a vivid description of the background out of which Paul emerged, as well as an Interesting account of the life and work of the ""world's first missionary"". Teachers and parents and others who work with young people may need to get them over the hurdle of the association of religious books and story reading. They'll find the effort worthwhile, as these books are absorbing.

Pub Date: March 16, 1954

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Association Press

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: March 1, 1954

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