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By Taylor R. Marshall | Comments: ( 920 ) | Date: ( Aug 21, 2019 )

How did Paul s background as a Jewish rabbi inform his message Did Paul believe that the Church was one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Did Paul hold that we are justified by faith alone Did Paul teach baptismal regeneration Did Paul hold that one might fall from grace Did Paul consider himself to be a priest Discover a theologian who is sacramental, a How did Paul s background as a Jewish rabbi inform his message Did Paul believe that the Church was one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Did Paul hold that we are justified by faith alone Did Paul teach baptismal regeneration Did Paul hold that one might fall from grace Did Paul consider himself to be a priest Discover a theologian who is sacramental, a churchman who is hierarchical, a mystic who is orthodox a Paul who is Catholic.


  • Title: The Catholic Perspective on Paul: Paul and the Origins of Catholic Christianity
  • Author: Taylor R. Marshall
  • ISBN: 9780578050164
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Taylor R. Marshall

Taylor Marshall reads, reads, and reads And then he writes.He is the President of the New Saint Thomas Institute.Dr Marshall earned BA in Philosophy from Texas AM University, an MAR in Systematic Theology from Westminster Theological Seminary, a Certificate in Anglican Studies from Nashotah Theological House, and an MS in Philosophy from the University of Dallas He completed a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Dallas with the thesis Thomas Aquinas on Natural Law and the Twofold Beatitude of Humanity He lives in Colleyville, Texas with his wife, Joy, and eight children.



Comments The Catholic Perspective on Paul: Paul and the Origins of Catholic Christianity

  • Steven R. McEvoy

    I just did a quick count and I believe that I have read about 25 books on Pauline Theology over the last 19 years. When I returned to school as a mature student, in the spring of 1998, the first course I tool was RS209 Paul's Life and Letters, and the then I did an independent reading course RS393 Selected Reading's Paul's Life and Letters. It was sort of continuation with the instructor one on one. In fact I have written numerous paper on Paul and his theology, and Pauline Studies has remained [...]


  • Emerson John Tiu Ng

    This Second Book of Dr. Taylor Marshallexplains explicitly Catholic origins through St. Paul epistles The book covers different topics which includes that, why we are not save by faith (sola scriptura) or work alone but it should be through faith and worksbunks the claim "once saved always saved" the concept of purgatoryl the origins of sacraments And the current controversies we are facing all of it, were already written, it is just that during translation from Greek to English some has no dire [...]


  • Wanda

    21 NOV 2015 - spied on Wendy's feed. Thanks, Wendy!


  • Emily

    Oh, my. Talk about thought-provoking! Marshall skillfully responds to many of the major questions I have about the Catholic faith by systematically investigating Paul's theology. His explanations are thoughtful, backed by solid Biblical evidence, and well elucidated; they place Paul in his context and make much of the confusion surrounding his phrasing evaporate. I can't say that The Catholic Perspective on Paul resolved all of my doubts about Catholicism, but it certainly has given me much to p [...]


  • Sandra Kluck

    Clarifies many misconceptions


  • Tom

    When Saul was converted on the road to Damascus he was a hired henchman, as it were, to persecute and exterminate the ne'er do well Christian upstarts.Now, as Paul (Saint Paul) his vocation was to bring the Christians and the Catholic Church to the Gentiles. But who was Paul, was he a Priest, was he a disciple. a Bishop or an Apostle. I guess it depends on who you act, but he was the man, along with Saint Peter and the other Apostles who got the Church going in spite of all opposition. He was op [...]


  • Joshua Watson

    Good insight in this book from Fr. Marshall. I feel like I have a better grasp on Catholic theology from this book and look forward to reading the 1st and 3rd book of this series. I don't agree with everything Marshall says and I didn't enter this conversation thinking I would. However, I would still recommend this book.


  • Jason Townsend

    In the long run I wouldn't be surprised if this work had a larger impact then most of the books I read on the subject of Catholicism. For such a quick read it's packed with information. I found the author's conclusions logical and clearly presented.Catholics should only deepen their faith with this one and Protestants may come away with some questions for their pastors.Kudos to the author!


  • Jason Miller

    New Light on Supposed Protestant Apostle For an open Protestant, this book "ruins" the Pauline Corpus from being seen ever again with a Protestant bias. Major ideological shake up.


  • Jc Moreno

    It was a good book to review/learn how a lot of doctrines come from Paul. One thing I didn't like was the defensive stance-doctrines were explained as opposed to what Protestant believe.


  • Shelby Walker

    I can't wait for the 3rd book in this series. Awesome!!!


  • Robert Gourley

    Good, though the author is often pugnacious.


  • Arlen

    This book was essential to helping me understand that the Protestant principle of Sola Fide is not as biblical or Pauline as I was raised to believe.


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