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APOSTLE OF THE GENTILES.
His Life and Letters.
REV. CHARLES R. BALL, M.A.,
VICAR OF S. PAUL'S, PETERborough,
Published under the Direction of the Tract Committee.
SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE,
26 ST. GEORGE'S PLACE, HYDE PARK CORNER, S.W.
9 DEC 35
"CHRIST! I am Christ's! and let the name suffice you, Ay, for me too He greatly hath sufficed;
Lo with no winning words I would entice you,
Yea thro' life, death, thro' sorrow and thro' sinning
Christ the beginning, for the end is Christ."
HIS Book has been written in the hope that it may serve to interest the young, and
those who have but little time for reading, in the Life and Writings of S. Paul; and thus serve as an introduction to the many more valuable and important works on the same subject.
The writer wishes to express his acknowledgements of the abundant help he has received from Dr. Farrar's Life and Work of S. Paul, Conybeare and Howson's well-known work on the same subjects, from Professor Westcott's "Historic Faith," and last, and above all, from "The Unity of the New Testament" and "The Epistle to the Hebrews" by the late Rev. F. D. Maurice.
I. S. Paul's early life and education
III. The Conversion and Baptism of S. Paul
IV. S. Paul's call to the Apostolate
V. S. Paul's mission as an Apostle
VI. S. Paul's method as an Evangelist
VII. S. Paul's great Controversy
IX. S. Paul's Voyage and first Imprisonment.
X. S. Paul's last Imprisonment and Martyrdom 75
XI. The Epistles of S. Paul to the Thessalonians 85