New Testament Books Attributed to Paul the Apostle

Paul’s letters, comprising a significant portion of the New Testament, stand as pillars of early Christian theology and ethical guidance. These epistles, written to various churches and individuals across the ancient Mediterranean world, offer profound insights into matters of faith, morality, and community life. As foundational texts for the Christian faith, his letters continue to captivate scholars and believers alike, sparking debates, inspiring theological reflection, and shaping the course of Christian thought and practice throughout history.  In addition to the illustrated synopses of Paul’s letters, authorship accepted and disputed , an illustrated synopsis of the Book of Acts is included since it chronicles much of Paul’s life an apostleship..

Accepted Pauline Letters

Disputed Pauline Letters