The Apostle Paul is one of the prominent authors of the New Testament, with thirteen of its twenty-seven chapters being letters written by him to churches throughout the world. These letters are foundational to many Christian denominations, as they are instructional for how groups of Christians ought to believe and behave. In addition to being instructional, the letters of Paul are a fascinating look at the ethics and ideals of early organized Christian religious sects. Written between 50-60 a.d., these were some of the earliest Christian documents following the death of Jesus.
The thirteen letters of Paul included in this collection are:
- 1 & 2 Corinthians
- 1 & 2 Thessalonians
- 1 & 2 Timothy
This audio is presented in the King James Version translation, written in 1611 and using the formal English vernacular of the age. This translation is regarded as one of the best English translations from Paul’s original Greek manuscripts.