Did St. Paul Get Jesus Right? Paperback

The Gospel According to Paul

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Did St. Paul Get Jesus Right?

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Easter 2010 sees the publication of a new book by Philip Pullman entitled The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ. According to reports in the Daily Telegraph and on Richard Dawkins' website, Pullman argues that while Jesus was a great moral teacher, St Paul corrupted his message by 'imagining' his divinity. This is not a new argument, by any means. Many have called St Paul 'the founder of Christianity'. And this book will show the arguments against such a notion. In an age of increasing biblical illiteracy, Pullman's claims are likely to be met with less resistance than they might have previously. In his own words, he describes the book (in almost Dan Brown-esque style) as part novel, part history, and part fairy tale, so this new resource by a respected New Testament authority will help people untangle what scholars know about Jesus and Paul from the 'imaginations' of Mr Pullman himself.

Did St. Paul Get Jesus Right? by David Wenham was published by Lion Hudson in August 2010 and is our 17724th best seller. The ISBN for Did St. Paul Get Jesus Right? is 9780745962481.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherLion Hudson (August 2010)
Number of Pages160
Thickness9 mm
Height198 mm
Width130 mm
Product Code2708613
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