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St Paul the Traveller and the Roman Citizen- Ramsay

St Paul the Traveller and the Roman Citizen- Ramsay

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Guide and history of Christianity’s missionary and apostolic father St. Paul, both before and after his conversion......a study guide for any who wish to learn more about St. Paul’s missionary travels.
Guide and history of Christianity’s missionary and apostolic father St. Paul, both before and after his conversion......a study guide for any who wish to learn more about St. Paul’s missionary travels.

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ST.
PAUL
THE
TRAVELLER
AND
THE
ROMAN
CITIZEN
BY
W.
M.
RAMSAY,
D.C.L.,
LL.D.
PROFESSOR
OF
HUMANITY,
ABERDEEN
ORD.
MITGLIED
D.
KAIS.
DEUTSCH.ARCHAOLOG.
GESELLSCH.,
1884
HON.
MEMBER,
ATHENIAN
ARCH/EOLOG.
SOC.,
1895;
FORMERLY
PROFESSOR
OF
CLASSICAL
ARCHEOLOGY
AND
FELLOW
OF
EXETER
AND
OF
LINCOLN
COLLEGE,
OXFORD
LEVERING
LECTURER
IN
JOHNS
HOPKINS
UNIVERSITY,
1894
HODDER
AND
STOUGHTON
27
PATERNOSTER
ROW
MDCCCXCV
 
THE
MORGAN
LECTURES
(Through
the
liberality
of
Mr.
Henry
A.
Morgan,
Aurora,
N.Y.j.In
the
Theological
Seminary
of
Auburn
in
the
State
of
New
York,
1894.
ST.
PAUL
AS
A
TRAVELLER.
MANSFIELD
COLLEGE
LECTURES,
1895.
ST.
PAUL
AS
A
CITIZEN
OF
THE
ROMAN
EMPIRE.
 
To
ANDREW
MITCHELL,
ESQ.,
THE
WALK
HOUSE,
ALLOA
My
Dear
Uncle,
In
my
undergraduate
days,
a
residence
in
Gb
ttingen
during
the
Long
Vacation
of
1874
was
a
critical
point
in
my
life.
Then
for
the
first
time,
under
the
tuition
of
Professor
THEODOR
BENFEY,
/
came
into
close
relations
with
a
great
scholar
of
the
modern
type,
and
gainedsome
insight
into
modern
methods
of
literary
investigation;
and
my
thoughts
have
ever
since
turned
tozvards
the
border
lands
between
European
and
Asiatic
civilisation.
That
visit,
like
many
other
things,
I
owe
to
you
,-
and
now
I
send
you
the
result,
such
as
itis,
the
best
that
I
can
do,
asking
that
you
will
allow
it
to
go
forth
with
your
name
attached
to
it.
I
remain
always,
your
affectionate
nephew,
WILLIAM
MITCHELL
HAMS
A
Y.King
s
Colleye,
Aberdeen,
17
th
September,
1895.

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