Colossians; the Gospel of Jesus Christ According to Paul
The book of Colossians, or more correctly, the letter to the Colossians, was written in the early 60s AD, most likely from a Roman prison, and toward the end of Paul's earthly existence. The most important thing to remember when reading this letter, as with all of Paul's letters, is that Paul was a devout Hebrew, 'a Hebrew of the Hebrews', as he termed himself. When studying the writings of Paul, this most important fact is often neglected to the detriment of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
In this study, Tim Martin brings back to light much of the contextual truth that is often overlooked by modern seminarians. May God bless you richly, as we study together, this 'Gospel according to Paul'!
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