THE APOSTLE PAUL
The Man Who Shook
As I Follow Christ
(1 Cor. 11:1)
● 256 pages
● ISBN-10: 0-932940-17-X; ●
Christianity in AD 35 was a small movement with a few followers in
Palestine. But 30 years later, Christianity had became a world
movement. This was due almost to one man—the Apostle Paul.
“A man small of stature, with a bald
head and crooked legs, in a good state of mind, with eyebrows
meeting and nose somewhat hooked, full of friendliness; for now he
appeared like a man, and now he had the face of an angel.”
This was how Paul was described in a 2nd-century apocryphal
writing, The Acts of Paul and Thecla.
Paul's life and services filled up half the Book of Acts; his
epistles occupy most of the New Testament; his enemies called him
"the man who shook the world."
book—an exposition of Acts chapters 13–28—we study the life and
theology of this greatest apostle. We will learn about missions
strategy and principles, the problems and solutions in church which
prompted Paul to write most of the New Testament books, and apply
practical theology to daily Christian life.