What are Paul's epistles like on shuffle?
Often we are so familiar with the words of Paul that we can let our eyes glide over the verses, forgetting how revolutionary, convicting, and encouraging they have been (and are) to the people of God.
In this new reader's edition of Paul's epistles, readers have a unique opportunity to explore Paul's letters as part of an organic whole. Editor Douglas Wilson has re-structured and re-assembled all of the Apostle's words around the book of Romans, opening new windows to the themes found in Paul's epistles as a devotional aid. In this way, the reader of Scripture has an innovative new resource for looking at the large-scale organization and major subjects of Paul's thought.
Douglas Wilson has been pastor of Christ Church, Moscow, ID for forty years and is the author of more than fifty books including Empires of Dirt, Rules for Reformers, and Flags Out Front. He blogs regularly at www.dougwils.com and can be heard weekly on The Plodcast. Doug and Nancy have three children and lots of grandchildren.
PAGE COUNT: 262 pages
ISBN 10: 1-947644-02-5
PUB. DATE: July 24, 2018