Andrew Hetherington's engaging work answers the question, who is Paul? Who is this relentless and zealous persecutor of the church, this attack dog of the Pharisees, this privileged Greek-educated erudite and intrepid Jew who was both a rabbi and a Roman citizen? What power could possibly transform this man into the champion of Christianity, the apostle of the free spirit, the bastion of the early church, the crusading advocate of truth, and the conduit through which the gospel of grace would flow to the Gentile world? Paul's influence on humanity and its history, cannot be overestimated or ignored. His influence was inestimable, his impact incalculable and his legacy indisputable. Perhaps there are no more suitable words to describe the man or his life and ministry than his own words taken from his epistle to the Philippians two thousand years ago "for me to live is Christ, to die is gain." These words would not only define his extraordinary life, but would also exemplify the service of one who wholly and completely embraced the message of free grace. His was a life, that when transformed by God, became a catalyst for a cause that in the centuries to come would not only turn the world upside down, but impact all eternity for the Kingdom of God. Andrew D. Hetherington, (M.A. Multnomah University and Biblical Seminary), is Executive Director of OnPoint Ministries International in Los Angeles, CA and the author of Personal Evangelism: A Practical Guide to Sharing Your Faith. A frequent conference speaker, he also conducts personal evangelism seminars throughout the US.