Learn to interpret the Catholic Epistles in order to unlock the meaning of its highly contextual content.
The letters—or books—in the New Testament that are widely understood as not written by Paul are referred to as the General Epistles. They were written by a variety of people with diverse theologies and are directed to Christians in general, rather than to a specific church or group of people. However, these books seem to come from a generation later than that to which Paul’s letters are directed. In her book, The General Epistles, author Margaret Aymer tackles the fundamentals of New Testament biblical studies and helps you examine and interpret these New Testament books in a way that will allow you to unlock the meaning of their highly contextual content.