Paul: A Brief History
January 2010, Wiley-Blackwell
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"An accessible narrative of interpretations and manifestations of Paul’s intellectual, religious, and political effects in history. Seesengood offers a ‘brief’, though impressive, survey of the history of scholarship about Paul, unmasking myths, legends, and popular images. This excellent resource for undergraduate and seminary students will also be of interest both to non-specialist, general readers and to biblical scholars."
—David J. Lull, Wartburg Theological Seminary
"This outstanding and accessible book is a welcome and timely contribution. At a time when writers beyond theologians and biblical scholars have begun to examine Paul’s thought, this clear-eyed account and critique of the use (and abuse) of Paul through the centuries opens for students and sharpens for scholars the worlds of historical method and postmodern cultural critique. A rich addition to the study of Paul through the ages and paradigm for how to think about such matters."
—Jerry L Sumney, Lexington Theological Seminary