The book...heavily laced with examples from Scripture, begins with man’s story of failure followed by God’s righteousness and its meaning for mankind and for Christians, and concludes with Christians’ story of life together.
Yakima, WA (PRWEB) May 13, 2014
Biblical scholars attribute 13 of the letters in the New Testament to Paul, the apostle of Christ, who writes of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. This new book provides an examination of Paul’s gospel in light of the societal reality of Christians in the 21st century. Pluralism and diversity have made their mark in today’s society, and author Conley Wilmoth implores Christians to restore a spiritually adrift humanity into the spiritual reality created by God.
“Interpreting Romans: The Apostolic Voice in the Postmodern World” covers historical ground, such as Paul’s own words about his conversion from Judaism to Christianity and preaching about the Kingdom of God and Jesus as Lord. The book, organized into four sections and heavily laced with quotations from Scripture, begins with man’s story of failure followed by God’s righteousness and its meaning for mankind and for Christians, and concludes with Christians’ story of life together. Wilmoth delves into the “classic” concept of atonement as seen in the letters of Paul and the Patristic Christian writers, as well as the role of Pietism and its place in society. The words of the New Testament are built on the words of the Old Testament much like a building’s foundation, showing the connection of faith as examined and described in Paul’s discerning letters.
Conley Wilmoth served as a minister for Church of Christ in rural communities in the Pacific Northwest for two decades and has studied religion for more than 50 years, starting at Pepperdine College (now Pepperdine University). Early in his career he also served for two years in the military. Wilmoth, who has visited Jerusalem, Caesarea, Ephesus and other cities that existed in Paul’s time, began writing with a religious column for a small weekly newspaper. His concluding working years, he operated a financial consulting business. He is retired and lives in Yakima, Wash.
For additional information, please visit http://www.ConleyWilmoth.com.
Interpreting Romans: The Apostolic Voice in the Postmodern World
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