St. Paul has been a man who fascinated me, since I first read of his conversion on the road from Tarsus.
Another reason for my interest came from finding his biography in a church book shop. Sadly, at the time I couldn't afford it and have spent years unsuccessfully trying to locate a copy. All I remember is it has a black cover and is written by I.E.S. Edwards(?)
Although I am not overly religious, one of my wishes had been to travel in his steps on the road from Tarsus.
I do have a biography -- not the one I mentioned -- and a dvd of his life.
One subject I would loved to have studied is Theology, the differences in beliefs has always held a fascination for me.
It is only now, I come to realise the power of the Lord in the two-fold action.
Here you have a man who was Christianity's greatest opponent at the time in question.
How better to show your power than converting your enemies. Having seen the strength of his words against Christianity, it begs the question, was he converted to use his words for the new religion?