A Still More Excellent Way is a wonderful resource for use during the Pauline Year—and beyond. Written by Joe Durepos, the book provides readers with an inspiring introduction to the spiritual and moral wisdom of St. Paul through 52 brief selections from the apostle’s writings. Each Scripture selection is accompanied by a story, reflection, or meditation that offers testimony to the unmistakably Christ-centered message found in the Pauline writings. Through the use of many twenty-first-century pop-culture references, Durepos shows how highly relevant the letters of Paul, and their sacred words, are for us today.
Joseph Durepos has served as the editor on three previous books: No Greater Love, Go In Peace, and John Paul II's Lessons for Living. He is the executive editor of acquisitions at Loyola Press.
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