Paul: From Prison With Love

Paul: From Prison With Love

Paul: From Prison With Love

Paul: From Prison With Love



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Paul: From Prison with Love, is a basic commentary of the writings generated from Paul's first imprisonment in Rome. He had already written the book of Galatians in 49AD, followed by First and Second Thessalonians in 5lAD. Trailing these volumes were First and Second Corinthians (56AD) and Romans (56,57AD).

Knowing these books were in circulation prior to the four prison letters is important chronological information. It means the books of James (44-45AD) and Matthew (40 AD) were available to the early church, and their influence, no doubt, was impactful. However, Paul's revelation was certainly dynamic during those early days, as well.

This commentary seeks to draw on these facts and present a cascading treatise seeking to grasp understanding about their interaction. When Ephesians was born in 60 AD, did Colossians (61AD) expand upon Ephesians or is it a separate entity?

Each book of this foursome is in the chronological order of their issuance. As each unfolds their separate message, the commentator will seek to point the way to less obvious subjects that apply to the reader—regardless in what century they are read.

Unfolding revelation is beautiful to behold, and the excitement grows as one reaches into the promises of God found in each epistle. Each book is quartered into four parts in order for small groups to study as four lessons per month (except Philemon).

The Bible texts are also included along with commentary, allowing the reader to reference the material without having to turn to the Bible and then back to the commentary. This facilitates the use of other translations for clarity.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162982821
Publisher: Oliver Evangelistic Assoc. Inc./Zadok Publications
Publication date: 05/23/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 412 KB

About the Author

Dr. C.R. Oliver, B.A., MDiv., M.A., PhD., is a retired college professor and ordained minister.

As Professor, he has taught a range of subjects including Philosophy. Although credentialed in Behavioral Science, he has also utilized his theological training by teaching Biblical studies. He has been published in Reflessi, the International Journal for Counseling; Church Administration, Family Life, Southwestern Sociological Association Journal and the American Journal of Sociology. He has lectured both in the U.S. and abroad and chaired several organizations of behavioral science.

As Minister, he has served twenty-eight years as pastor, alongside teaching and other duties. Ministering in 53 countries, both in education and religion, his range of duties extended from establishing missions in third world countries to advising and assisting multiple missionary enterprises. His works reflect many of his experiences in these fields of service.

As Author, he is credited with twelve books, which are detailed in this volume, plus has been involved in several editing and advising capacities with other religious writers. Due to the popularity of his work, he has been privileged to maintain speaking tours both in the U.S. and abroad.

As President of OEA International, a nonprofit missionary organization, he has continued his involvement with several worthwhile evangelistic and missionary endeavors in third world environs.

As Publisher, Dr. Oliver is the CEO of Zadok Publications, a division of OEA International. The publication of books in Engllish and Spanish for religious markets has now grown to 23 foreign countries besides all of South America, the U.S. and Canada. Dr. Oliver's books have been featured in Pastors' Conferences world wide and Zadok Publications' materials are readily accessible through many ministries and bookstores or can be obtained through its website:
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