In 1 Corinthians 12:31, St. Paul exhorts the early Christians in Corinth to follow "a still more excellent way." The "way" he is speaking of is love--genuine, selfless love. For Paul, the ultimate meaning and perfect example of this love is found solely in the crucified, risen, and reigning Christ. With unwavering devotion, Paul's post-conversion life was focused on one goal: to point people to Jesus so they, too, could experience the unsurpassed joy that Paul himself had come to know through his Lord."A Still More Excellent Way "encourages and inspires readers through fifty-two brief selections from Paul's writings. Each Scripture selection--short enough to be easily memorized--is followed by a story or meditation that supports the verses. And although the apostle Paul evangelized in the first-century Roman world, author Joseph Durepos uses plenty of twenty-first-century cultural references to make the material highly relevant for people today. Equally appropriate for personal reflection or small-group study, "A Still More Excellent Way "is an excellent opportunity for anyone to draw closer to Jesus through the unabashedly Christ-centered message of St. Paul.