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By James Stalker / American Tract Society / 1888
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First published in 1884, Stalker's Life of St. Paul became one of the most widely read and respected biographies of the Apostle to the Gentiles. As an insightful compendium on the life of Paul, this work is of particular interest to pastors and teachers who desire to add realism and vividness to their account of one of the greatest Christians who ever lived.
Stalker's work includes a section at the back entitled "Hints for Teachers and Questions for Pupils." This supplement contains notes and "further reading" suggestions for those teaching on the life of St. Paul, along with a number of questions over each chapter for students to discuss.
It is the best brief life of Paul of which I know.
—Wilbert W. White, D.D.
It is remarkable for its originality of method, clearness of style, comprehensiveness of view and suggestiveness of matter.
—Rev. Wm. M. Taylor, D.D.
Biographical information on Stalker by Alexander Gammie.