An encourager most don’t remember and an apostle many don’t like
Barnabas and Paul were close friends and colleagues until conflict tore them apart. Barnabas is barely remembered, while Paul became, apart from Jesus himself, the most influential figure in the history of Christianity. Why did the Church canonize one man and push the other into relative obscurity? Through point and counterpoint, author C. K. Robertson unravels Paul’s message by looking at his relationship with Barnabas, giving us a fresh portrait of both men and of a partnership that, quite literally, changed the world.
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