St. Paul: Steward of the Mysteries - A Bible Study Guide for Catholics

St Paul Steward of the Mysteries A Bible Study Guide for Catholics Immerse yourself in the person of the Apostle Paul heroic in his martyr s death but so recognizably human in his conversion story and subsequent letters to the faithful Gain fresh insights into your o

  • Title: St. Paul: Steward of the Mysteries - A Bible Study Guide for Catholics
  • Author: Mitch Pacwa Robert J. Baker
  • ISBN: 9781592764204
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Paperback
  • Immerse yourself in the person of the Apostle Paul heroic in his martyr s death but so recognizably human in his conversion story and subsequent letters to the faithful Gain fresh insights into your own personal growth potential through the Scripture of St Paul What does Paul s conversion have to teach me about how power is perfected through my weaknesses How doesImmerse yourself in the person of the Apostle Paul heroic in his martyr s death but so recognizably human in his conversion story and subsequent letters to the faithful Gain fresh insights into your own personal growth potential through the Scripture of St Paul What does Paul s conversion have to teach me about how power is perfected through my weaknesses How does his experience as an apostle of Christ teach me about responding to my own vocation in life How might I apply St Paul s bold and creative approach to challenging today s cultural and social status quo In what ways might I imitate his care and concern for the world Whether you use this guide for personal study, interactive journaling, or study with a group, you will find its format concise and easy to follow Self assessment charts invite you to test your knowledge of biblical passages, helping you retain what you learn.

    One thought on “St. Paul: Steward of the Mysteries - A Bible Study Guide for Catholics”

    1. This bible study session officially ended on August 22 (or 29) - but due to school obligations, I could not attend the last session. So, I didn't have the push to finish the last chapter, but I did. Since then, I have started another bible study - we are going over the book of Acts. Anyhow, this study guide was pretty informative about St. Paul. I liked that it had discussion questions at the end of each chapter. Several of the bible versus we had to look up, though, were repeats. Granted, these [...]

    2. we're reading this in my church moms group. I find the layout distracting. This text is unfortunately not illuminative, inspiring or even that interesting. I'm sure Fr. Pacwa is a nice guy, this book just wasn't really relevant to me as a busy wife and mother.

    3. Nice intro to St. Paul. This book would work perfect with a small study group, and was an interesting solo read. I thought the layout of the book was a bit choppy.

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