» » Great Lion of God
eBook Great Lion of God download
Fiction
Author: Taylor Caldwell
ISBN: 0449203697
Subcategory: Contemporary
Publisher Fawcett (February 12, 1983)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 147
ePUB size: 1151 kb
FB2 size: 1859 kb
DJVU size: 1322 kb
Other formats: lrf mobi azw rtf

eBook Great Lion of God download

by Taylor Caldwell


OF GOD. Taylor Caldwell. In writing GREAT LION OF GOD, Miss Caldwell spoke with Jewish scholars in Israel and Catholic scholars in the Vatican and found that these experts held peculiarly similar views of St. Paul.

OF GOD. First published by. Doubleday & Company, Inc. 1970. With the same color and dramatic power that made Dear And Glorious Physician an international bestseller, Taylor Caldwell now recreates the life of St. Paul in a novel as gigantic as its central figure. Yet both were strangely different from the traditional picture of the saint, and in that difference, she discovered the real Paul of whom she has written. Other Books by Taylor Caldwell. 1938 dynasty of death.

Taylor Caldwell - an awesome woman of God and a fabulous writer - gives an intimate, personal, view of this great man of God who studied under Gamaliel - one of the greatest Jewish Rabbis in history. At a time when early Christians in Jerusalem did not believe gentiles could also be saved, Jesus Christ appeared to Saul of Tarsus and revealed to him the Great Mystery of The Body of Christ, which Paul later wrote in the 7 church epistles, which are the foundational truth of the Age of Grace in which we live today

Taylor Caldwell - an awesome woman of God and a fabulous writer - gives an intimate, personal, view of this great . Taylor Caldwell is particularly talented in her novel-writing at imbuing historical figures with flesh, blood, human emotions & passions, who are otherwise ONLY known to MOST of us in representations of marble statuary, Or paintings on canvas.

Great Lion of God book. I probably read DAGP twice since I found that book more rewarding than this one. In fact, I did start this book and then put it aside because I just could not continue.

Great Lion of God. Taylor Caldwell enters the stark, brooding manse of nineteenth-century blue bloods to chronicle a compelling tale of treacherous loves. This novel is about one of the most passionate, intelligent, urbane & dedicated Apostles of early Christianity. Saul Tarshish, or, as the Romans called him, Paul of Tarsus, the intellectual Pharisee, lawyer, theologian &,finally the Apostle to the Gentiles.

Great Lion of God paints a unique and very human portrait of Saint Paul, one of the most passionate, dauntless, and . This ebook features an illustrated biography of Taylor Caldwell including rare images from the author’s estate. Fiction Biographical Sagas.

Great Lion of God paints a unique and very human portrait of Saint Paul, one of the most passionate, dauntless, and complex figures of early e, lawyer, theologian, and above all, a man like ourselves with our own despairs, doubts, anxieties and angers and intolerances, and ‘lusts of the flesh. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Dear Followers of Taylor Caldwell. Great Lion of God by Taylor Caldwell - ebook.

Taylor Caldwell was born in Manchester, England, into a. .

Taylor Caldwell was born in Manchester, England, into a family of Scottish background. Her family descended from the Scottish clan of MacGregor of which the Taylors are a subsidiary clan. Dear and Glorious Physician (1959) was about Saint Luke; Great Lion of God (1970) was about Saint Paul; and I, Judas (1977) was about Judas Iscariot. Find sources: "Taylor Caldwell" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (June 2019) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). The nature of human beings never changes; it is immutable.

Great Lion of God [Feb 12, 1983] Caldwell, Taylor ...
luisRED
This is one of the most beautiful books I've ever read. That's quite significant, in that I read over 100 books a year and I'm now in my 60s. Conservatively, I've read over 3000 books and may have read twice that number. This is a lavish masterpiece, written by a gifted author at the peak of her profession. In addition to being great entertainment, it's inspiring. It provides us with a well researched look at 1st Century Israel and her relationship to Rome. It also paints an unforgettable portrait of Saul of Tarsus, before he became St. Paul. I give this book my highest recommendation.
Dream
Ms. Caldwell takes you into the mind of the 2000-year-ago Jew, the Roman, the Greek, the Eqyptian; into the mind of the elite, the shopkeeper, the soldier, the slave; into the mind of the believer and non-believer alike. She walks you through the labyrinth of the mindsets and their evolutions. The panoramas of the seasons, the sounds, and the smells; the tastes, the triumphs, and the failures of life are ably displayed. She writes expertly and is charge of her subject. She has done her homework well and relishes sharing the outcome of it with her readers. You know how the story turns out for it is part of history, but it is in the story that makes it such a good read. Am I able to recommend this classic from 1976 to today's discriminating reader? Oh yes, I certainly am able.
Pad
Taylor Caldwell - an awesome woman of God and a fabulous writer - gives an intimate, personal, view of this great man of God who studied under Gamaliel - one of the greatest Jewish Rabbis in history. At a time when early Christians in Jerusalem did not believe gentiles could also be saved, Jesus Christ appeared to Saul of Tarsus and revealed to him the Great Mystery of The Body of Christ, which Paul later wrote in the 7 church epistles, which are the foundational truth of the Age of Grace in which we live today. Thanks to Jesus Christ Sacrifice, anyone who accepts Him as Lord and Savior has eternal life. This was an incredible shock to the Jewish Christians in Jerusalem and it took years for this truth to be accepted.
Caldwell is very accurate - its almost like reading The Book Acts in HDTV.
Gozragore
This is one of Taylor Caldwells very best writings, as far as I am concerned. She was an author that was truly gifted with words and
gave her writings enough background to make you part of the story. She did a tremendous amount of research for the story. I think
I am correct when I say that she researched the Vatican Library before she wrote this book. The story is suppose to be about the
Apostle Pauls life and it is well worth your time to read. I loved reading this book and have given it as a gift and have kept a copy
for myself. She compares the fall of Rome in many ways to what the U.S. America is repeating in History right now.....pay close
attention. Don't pass this book up!!!
Jockahougu
This is a fictional biography of Saul in the New Testament of the Bible. The author does a great job of relating Jewish customs and history of the time. I understand it is a fictional account and some liberties are to be expected. I did take issue that the author never truly renamed Saul to Paul the Apostle as it is in the Bible. She did touch on it but persists on calling him Saul. She did bring to life a character in the Bible in a believable form.
Mezilabar
This is a wonderful book , gives a good insight into biblical truth, however somewhat lengthy and a bit to embellished. The author sensitively opens up the struggles Paul the apostle sent by God to bring the Good News to the Gentiles.One tends to overlook The struggles he experienced as a humen being when standing in awe of his achievements God enabled him to do and Paul obediently followed that which brought Glory to God.
The reader will be encouraged to follow Paul‘s example to courageously make known the Good News.
fetish
Taylor Caldwell's novel about St. Paul is nothing less than a literary tour de force. Her portrayal of St. Paul has the reader wrestling with the agonizing nature of the great saint in the same manner which Saul himself wrestled with God. Her elegant descriptions paint the pages vividly, and her characterizations are just as rich. Sadly, they just don't write literary fiction like this anymore, those which anticipate an intelligent and discerning reader.
If you are a Christian, or someone interested in this great Saint, you will not be disappointed. This book takes testimony from The Bible and weaves a story with the author's conjecture regarding events not listed. It is a fascinating story of determination and perseverance, guided by God! If you are a wordsmith, you will love the vocabulary of the author, which is legendary!