Apóstol para las naciones: La vida y los tiempos de Pablo de Tarso (Paperback)
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En esta biografía, el reconocido autor Cesar Vidal, ofrece un enfoque histórico de la vida y ministerio de Pablo, incluyendo la profundidad de su mente teológica, que transformó a su propia generación y a muchas por venir incluso hasta la fecha.
Apostle to the Nations
Paul is the most prolific author of the Bible, writing 13 literary pieces of his own. He was also the apostle that visited most countries as a missionary and church planter.
In this biography, renowned author Cesar Vidal offers a historical approach to his life and ministry, including his deep theological mind that transformed his own generation and the ones to come for many centuries even to date.
César Vidal Manzanares, born 1958 in Madrid, is a Spanish radio host, lawyer turned historian and author. He is doctor in history from UNED, the most important Spanish University in numbers, where he was Professor-tutor during 8 years. His thesis received the Valedictorian Academic Award in 1991. He has a PhD in Law in University Alfonso X, El Sabio, in Theology and Philosophy by Logos University, where he is a member of the Board of Regents. He is also a member of the Executive Council of the Inter-american Institute for Democracy. He is also member of the Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Española [North American Academy of the Spanish Language] since 2015. He has been collaborator of several media, as El Mundo, Diario 16, Periódico de Aragón and La Razón. He has hosted the radio show La Linterna [The Lantern] on Cadena COPE from 2004 to 2009. That year he quit COPE to launch with Federico Jiménez Losantos a liberal radio, esRadio. In 2013 he abandoned that project too, due to disagreements with Jiménez Losantos. Since 2014 he is the host of La Voz [The Voice], a radio program broadcast from U.S.A, that has an international daily audience of over 600.000.