Here is a different sort of help for study of all things Paul. The charts involved put in visual form the kind of information that will will really propel our studies forward. Part of the Kregel Charts of the Bible, this is one of the finer chart volumes that I have seen.
The first section covers background of the Greco-Roman influence of the times and how it affected Jewish life. The next section gets more specific to Paul and there are charts on his life and parallels with Christ and others that are highly instructive. You will find charts on unique things like cities visited by Paul. It so helps to see information presented in ways different than you usually get it.
His speeches, his miracles, his prayers–these can be developed into further studies. The section on his letters helps with OT quotations and allusions and then, as some of the most helpful charts, are those for specific letters.
Finally, the last section deals with deeper theological issues. These charts are especially helpful as many have their greatest struggles in this area.
This volume is a dandy and I am glad to have it at hand.
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