The Life and Epistles of St. Paul [VOLUME II ONLY OF A 2 VOLUME SET]  

Author Conybeare, W. J. / Howson, J. S.
Place of Publication London
Publication Name Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans
Year 1852
Language(s) English
This book outlines the life of the apostle Saint Paul of Tarsus. It is said that, in contrast to the Twelve Apostles, he never met Jesus prior to the crucifixion. According to the legend, the resurrected Jesus appeared to him, when he was traveling to Damascus. Saint Paul wrote thirteen epistles that were included in the Christian canon and are today some of the earliest extant Christian writings. Not only is this book an account of Paul`s life and mission, but it also includes and analyzes his epistles. It includes several b/w figures mainly depicting ancient coins and sketches of archeological sites or other sceneries. Also included are 4 maps, whereby 7 maps of originally 11 are missing. The extant maps show St. Paul`s third missionary journey, his voyage from Cæsarea to Puteoli and his journey from Puteoli to Rome. The fourth map, a plan of Rome, is a folding map. 282x229mm. 573 pages. Bordeaux/brown quarter-leather hard cover with gilt lettering on ribbed spine and gilt border strips on front and on rear. Cover edges dyed gold. Front cover detached but present. Cover somewhat worn on leather part only. Cover slightly stained. Cover corners worn and mildly bumped. Cover edges slightly worn on leather. Spine and spine edges worn. Page edges very lightly stained. Ex libris on inner front cover. All pages very slightly yellowing. This book is an outstandingly broad work on one of the most important and also most disputable contributors to the New Testament. The damage listed is mainly exterior and hence the book is in very good reading condition.
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