‘Paul Was Not a Christian’ comes to affordable paperback

DID ST. PAUL LOOK LIKE THIS? It’s likely. This facial composite of Saint Paul was created by experts of the Landeskriminalamt of North Rhine-Westphalia using historical sources, proposed by Düsseldorf historian Michael Hesemann.Everyone wants to know more about St. Paul. One of the most important books on Paul published over the past year was Pamela Eisenbaum’s “Paul Was Not a Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle.”

Hear from Pamela:

In September 2009, we published this interview with Dr. Eisenbaum—an interview that people still visit ReadTheSpirit to read. (Note: If you read that interview, we also include a link there to a second interview about Paul with John Dominic Crossan and Marcus Borg—so there’s a wealth of Paul information via that 2009 story.)

NEWS this autumn: Dr. Eisenbaum’s book now is available in a more affordable paperback edition. Readers who are eager to discuss this book in a small group may be more likely to schedule such a series—now that the book is available in paperback. (Note: The book’s title above links to the new paperback edition at Amazon—and there’s also now an easy paperback link in the interview, above. Enjoy!)

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