Thomas A. Wayment. Salt Lake City, Utah: Deseret Book, 2006. Hardbound, 6 ¼ x 9 ¼”, 252 pgs.
Rarely do we consider Paul’s personal life: his struggles, triumphs, and setbacks. But in this book, we look closely at that life and learn the nature of true conversion and endurance through adversity. For, as the Lord said at Paul’s conversion, “I will shew him how great things he must suffer for my name’s sake” (Acts 9:16)
Drawing on the facts found in the scriptures and from years of intense research and study, Brother Wayment has peeled back the layers of one of the most prominent figures in the New Testament. Unlike many biographies that concentrate on Paul’s doctrinal contributions, this text focuses on the greatness of Paul’s character without overlooking his eccentricities: While young he was quick to anger, but he developed boundless love. He suffered for the gospel, but vehemently spoke against the enemies of the church. He truly was an apostle to the nations.
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