THE KEY CONCEPTS OF SAINT PAUL by Francis Am

THE KEY CONCEPTS OF SAINT PAUL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The Message alluded to so often, and often misconstrued, taken out which has needed unification. Here a qualified student of the con thought in relationship to practical application of Christ's teaching makes an attempt to do so. Father Amiot follows the classical lines of Prat and the great Apostle's doctrine of salvation through Christ; the individual and collective aspect; and the attainment the reader to a concise resume of St. Paul's life which will with the details other than his actual conversion on his way with adequate background for understanding what follows. This admirably done. However, once the author begins to interpolate St. Paul's views, the technique used unfortunately discourages reading. In documenting, for example, Father the paragraphs with parenthical references to That the author knows his Saint Paul is quite clear. The reader who is willing to rely completely on the author will be more than satisfied with the of The Key Concepts of Saint Paul, but he will have to develop a the references which are in no special order unless he has and lips into them as he reads.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1962
Publisher: Newman