The apostle Paul did more than any other person in the ancient world to assure that Christianity became a cross-cultural movement rather than an obscure Jewish sect. His writings make up much of the New Testament. But how did Jesus take a young hothead who persecuted Christians and turn him into the first evangelist to the Gentiles? What can we learn from the way Paul responded to God's call?
In this study, scholar Mark Strauss teaches four lessons on Paul:
#1 - Saul the Persecutor Turned Apostle
#2 - Paul the Apostle
#3 - Paul the Theologian
#4 - Paul the Pastor-Mentor