In this passage, Paul boasts about his former life as an oppressor (and murderer) of Christians before becoming one himself—and a leader at that.
What’s required of a person who has harmed a community? How do you go from being an oppressor to an ally or a leader?
Dig in to those juicy questions with us this week.
This article was published by Brian G. Murphy
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