The Apostle Paul in “The Acts of the Apostles”

Nearly everything we know about the Apostle Paul’s life is derived from the book of Acts and the collection of Paul’s letters. Sometimes these two sources are difficult to harmonise. This has led some scholars to give lower priority to the historicity of the book of Acts than Paul’s account, which they take as being more likely to be correct. Scholars who hold a “higher” view of the inspiration of Scripture seek solutions that allow them to accept both as true. Although, due to the paucity of information, it is not possible to prove conclusively any particular solution, the attached essay will present a credible solution that accepts the integrity of both Paul’s letters and the book of Acts. Essay_2_Paul_revised

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