What Paul Meant Reviews
"Provocative yet helpful, this book is sure to create a buzz." - PW.
"To help clarify his exculpation, Wills avoids certain words, especially church, Christians, priests, and sacraments, because nothing corresponding to their modern meanings was used by early followers of Jesus. The affect of that decision is revelatory and makes this explanation of Paul dazzlingly enlightening." - Booklist.
"Wills hones in on what is at stake in complex arguments, makes the issues clear, and presents a compelling case for reading Paul with historical attentiveness." - Library Journal.
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