Wilson and Vermes also have done great historical accounts on the life of Jesus.
The extreme arbitrariness of Wilson's judgment and overt manipulation of relevant texts suggests to the reader that his argument is not to be taken seriously.
What I do now know however, is that A.N. Wilson does not like Jews or Christians, and Christians, and did I mention Christians.
Wilson truly explains the man and his mission.
First by selling tents, then becoming a young rabbi, and finally selling the world's most popular religion. Read more
I have just read all the reviews of this book and I found all of them helpful . After reading the book I felt the need to see my priest and address the issues the critics have... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Louis Tringali
Very informative. Reads like a novel. There are areas where you feel he has taken you out on a limb with little foundationPublished on January 18, 2013 by Betty Bland
The first sign that this was a good book was the fact that it was assigned reading in a religious history course at a private university I attended. Read morePublished on January 3, 2011 by Neal J. Burns
Attacking the inerrancy of Scripture is one of Satan's most poisonous tactics, in the war against Jesus and His people. The thief comes to steal, people. Read morePublished on October 8, 2009 by Jeff Criswell
This is a well written historical account on Paul's travels and philosophy.
It is a great supplement and more detailed than even Marcus Borg or John Crossin's work. Read more
I am only 45 pages into "Paul: The Mind of The Apostle", and it is already obvious where Wilson's mind is running. Read morePublished on April 9, 2009 by Stephen Russ