The Apostle Paul

Paul wrote thirteen of the twenty-seven books of the New Testament, and 31% of the text. Those numbers do not include the book of Hebrews, which some believe he wrote. The fundamental understanding of Christian salvation was penned by this man whose writtings affected the nature of the church then and for generations to come. Without his writings on the nature of faith and works, there would likely be no Protestant Reformation.


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