Paul by Robert M. Price
The Lost Epistles

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Have you ever wondered what the Apostle Paul might have said about some vital topic not mentioned in his letters? Have you wished he had clarified his views on this or that? Suppose someone discovered a cache of "new" Pauline epistles--how exciting it would be!

Join New Testament scholar Robert M. Price as he presents a new collection of fourteen hitherto-unknown letters of Paul, plus a visionary apocalypse. Scholars will discover here an imaginative new approach to doing Pauline theology, and all readers will feel a thrill as they re-experience the charm of their first encounter with the now too-familiar Pauline texts of the canon.

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Published July 21, 2011 by 79 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference.

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The New York Review of Books

In his 1967 presidential address he declared that “the US monetary authorities followed highly deflationary policies,” and that the money supply fell “because the Federal Reserve System forced or permitted a sharp reduction in the monetary base, because it failed to exercise the responsibilities ...

Feb 15 2007 | Read Full Review of Paul: The Lost Epistles

The New York Review of Books

American Dynasty: Aristocracy, Fortune, and the Politics of Deceit in the House of Bush.

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The New York Review of Books

Only in recent years (in part through the urgings of iconoclasts like Krugman and Stiglitz) has there been a turn to politics to explain America’s distinctive economic challenges—a reorientation that brings economics back toward its original conception as the science of political economy.

Sep 27 2012 | Read Full Review of Paul: The Lost Epistles

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