Paul the Traveller
By Ernle Bradford
Saint Paul was a Jew by birth, a Roman by citizenship, and a revolutionary by choice.
Dedicated to persecuting the early Christians, Paul was part of the crowd that stoned to death Stephen, the first Christian Martyr. But on the road to Damascus, the resurrected Jesus Christ appeared to him – a miracle that would prompt him to convert to Christianity and teach the gospel to the world. Stoned, scourged, imprisoned, beaten and even shipwrecked, Paul’s journey from persecutor to persecuted made him one of the most fascinating and influential figures in history.
In this vivid biography, Ernle Bradford recounts the remarkable life of the man who laid the groundwork for Christianity. An enthralling and eloquent read, Paul the Traveller provides illuminating new insights into both Paul and the ancient world.