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Bible Term: Books of Paul

The Apostle Paul wrote about half of the books of the New Testament. Although a definitive list cannot be confirmed, the following books are generally accepted to have been written by Paul:

Paul was also called Saul (Acts 13:9). You can read about him in Acts 9 through 28. The dramatic story about how he became a follower of Jesus is found in Acts 9:1-31.

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