Some of the most important literature of antiquity exists in the form of letters. The correspondence of men prominent in political and literary life often throws a clear light upon the conditions of the age and reveals the forces, civic, social, and religious, which were operative in the time to which the letters belong. This volume comprises a paraphrase of the first 10 epistles of Paul, arranged in their probable chronological order, with brief introductions and analysis.
The Messages of Paul contains an analysis and paraphrase of the following Pauline epistles:
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Professor Stevens has performed no small service to Bible readers in putting Paul’s epistles into modern English. It is not always safe to trust a paraphrase, but the author has done his work carefully, and his well known scholarship gives his work authority.
—Auburn Seminary Review
George Barker Stevens (1854–1906) was Dwight Professor of Systematic Theology at Yale University. His numerous works include The Theology of the New Testament, A Short Exposition of the Epistle to the Galatians, The Christian Doctrine of Salvation, and The Teaching of Jesus.