Much of what we know about theology—justification, adoption, sanctification, and glorification—comes directly from the Apostle Paul. If we removed Paul’s writings from Scripture, our understanding of these truths would be greatly impoverished. Paul’s inspired writings and the story of his life continue to be a precious gift to the church.
In this companion book to the teaching series, The Life and Theology of Paul, Guy Prentiss Waters leads us on a doctrinally enriching and spiritually edifying journey from Paul’s life, conversion, and call to key themes in his theology. “One cannot think of Paul without a sense of admiration and wonder at the ways in which the Lord Jesus Christ has used him in the lives of God’s people,” writes Waters. “He is one of the greatest minds ever to have graced the Christian church.”
- Introduction to Paul
- The Conversion and Call of Paul
- Paul’s Gospel and the Two Ages
- Paul’s Gospel—Sin
- Paul’s Gospel—Justification
- Paul’s Gospel—Sanctification
- Paul and the Church
- Paul and the Future
Available now from ReformationTrust.com.
Dr. Guy Prentiss Waters is James M. Baird Jr. Professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Miss., a teaching elder in the PCA, and author of several books, including The Life and Theology of Paul.