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I have lived with the apostle Paul for over sixty years — admired him, envied him, feared him, pounded on him, memorized him, written poems about him, wept over his sufferings, soared with him, sunk to the brink of death with him, spent eight years preaching through his longest letter, imitated him. Can you know a two-thousand-year-old man from thirteen letters (or even six, if you want to be really skeptical) and a short travel-log of his ministry by his personal physician, Luke (the book of Acts)? And when you get to know him, you will either love him and believe him, or hate him as an imposter, or pity him as deceived, or, perhaps, simply be oblivious that you are dealing with a real man.
so that the faithful could immediately recognize them.
In the Augustan age historians flourished; poets, orators, critics and travelers abounded.
Yet not one mentions the name of Jesus Christ, much less any incident in his life." Moncure D.
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