New perspectives on Paul

With a whopping 1,700 pages, Paul and the Faithfulness of God (SPCK) is NT Wright’s most comprehensive work on Christianity’s most famous apostle. He talks to Justin Brierley about his love affair with the first century evangelist, and why his new book will continue to upset some Calvinists.

You’ve got to know St Paul pretty well, haven’t you?Paul is a complicated, many-sided character, as most people are when you get to know them. Many times...

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