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08 June 2007

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Paul: the resurrection - preview

Rowena Loverance takes promptings towards change from the interpretation of an early Christian

Paul's Necessary Sin: The Experience of Liberation
by Timothy Ashworth


  • Ashgate, ISBN: 0754654990
  • £55 but available by post from Timothy Peat Ashworth at Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre, 1046 Bristol Road, Birmingham B29 6LJ for £35 including p&p
  • Cheques made payable to 'Woodbrooke'


  • Friends who have studied with Timothy Ashworth, aka Tim Peat, at Woodbrooke or read his contribution to Heaven On Earth – three Quakers, Tim, Doug Gwyn and Ben Pink Dandelion, on the Second Coming – will be well aware that underpinning his much-appreciated 'Bible study for the biblically disengaged' is a meticulous study, on which he has been engaged for twenty-five years, of the writings of Paul
  • This has now borne fruit in this monograph

  • Rowena Loverance

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