About Life and Letters of Paul

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We are first introduced to Paul when he was Saul of Tarsus. He was standing over the first Christian martyr Stephen looking on as Stephen was stoned to death. From this gruesome introduction to the completion of his missionary journeys Paul has become a champion and hero in the Christian faith.

Serious Searchers of the Bible, are you ready for a series of intense Bible Sessions on the Life and Letters of Paul.  Not as intense as the large book by David Smith which you preacher boys may have studied in University Bible departments, but somewhat simplified and with photos which as a lover of the Word–divine in origin, absolute in authority, and sufficient in message will enjoy.

The free textbook for the Bible Study is available now for download, entitled “BELIEVE AND BE BAPTIZED”, at BiblecomBibleman

http://biblecombibleman.com/BELIEVEandBeBaptized.pdf

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:  You are cordially invited to the “Believe and Be Baptized” Bible study group on Facebook at

https://www.facebook.com/groups/556244864575567/

See the Pages of the Life and Letters of Paul website at:

1.  Life and Letters of Paul

OR ALL PAGES OF LIFE AND LETTERS OF PAUL WEBSITE

 

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SunGrist References, Background, and Credentials www.biblecombibleman.com Story Tagline 10 years teaching: ENMU, Lee College, and INTELLEC; Aerospace Engineer--Lockheed and Raytheon; interim pastor 16 churches in Maryland, Arkansas, New Mexico, and Texas; and 4 years Naval Aviation at Pax River Maryland and Argentia, Newfoundland. Introduction Licensed to Preach by Dr R.G. Lee and the Bellevue Baptist Church and Ordained by First Baptist Church of Hot Springs Arkansas. Trained formally in Bible at Ouachita Baptist, Baylor, and Southwestern Seminary. Trained formally in electronics at NATTC at Millington, formally in Physics, Electronics, and Engineering at ENMU, Baylor, UH, and SMU. Professional Certificate in Desktop Publication from University of Arizona. www.biblecombibleman.com

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