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Title: Review for Religious
Authors: St. Mary’s College
Keywords: Saint Paul, a Spiritual Master by Augustine Klaas
What Good are Conferences? by John Matthews
It’s a Wonderful Life by Richard Leo Heppler
Gethsemani by M. Raymond
That God’s Will be Known by Sister M. Digna
Issue Date: 15-Jul-1949
Publisher: Kansas: The College Press, 1949.
Citation: Edited by The Jesuit Fathers Saint Mary’s College St. Marys, Kansas
Series/Report no.: Review for Religious;Volume 8. Number 4
Abstract: IN TARSUS, a bustling seaport of Cilicia in Asia Minor and "no. mean city," the future Apostle of the Gentiles was born of Jewish parents in moderate circumstances sometime in the first decade of our era. His father, of the tribe of Benjamin, but also a Roman citizen, gave him at his circumcision the Jewish name of Saul and brought him up in the strict educational tradition of the Pharisees. In this cosmopolitan town, two by the Cydnus River and overshadowed by the Taurus Mountains, young Saul, besides his Hebrew Scriptures, learned Aramaic,. Greek, probably Latin, and incidentally picked up the useful trade of weaving tent cloth. Still a youth he went off to the rabbinical school at Jerusalem to study.....
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