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The Epistles of Paul

Paul is the most misunderstood of all the writers of the Scriptures. Paul appears for the first time in the Book of Acts of the Apostles. He is mentioned at the beginning as a persecutor of Christianity, and then is blinded by the Lord for a short time. Then the Lord opens his eyes and Paul is reborn as an Apostle with eyes that see and ears that hear. Paul's journey is a remarkable story of redemption and self discovery.

In my translation of the Letters of Paul it becomes clear that Paul was the greatest Apostle. Judging by the style of his writing it is clear that he wrote most of the Letters and it is also he who compiled the entire Old Testament and the New Testament Scriptures. There would be no Bibles today without Paul. Read and judge for yourself.

Oct. 2, 2011