- A fascinating exploration of the issues of freedom and morality raised in St Paul's epistles
- Michael Tapp discusses how these issues could be connected to individual responsibility
Considers issues of freedom and morality in the writings of St Paul.
The writings of St Paul in the New Testament are full of challenges to contemporary ways of thinking. Paul was carrying Christianity beyond the Jewish community and inevitably that resulted in cultural and social clashes.
In this readable little book, Michael Tapp explores Paul's claim to spiritual authority. He looks particularly at the themes of freedom and morality in Paul's epistles, and how they are connected to individual responsibility.
Michael Tapp was born in 1933. He worked as a priest of The Christian Community in Bristol and Sussex in England, and then in New Zealand, before retiring to Stroud, Gloucestershire.