The story of Jesus in the Gospels includes all kinds of interesting people—some who claimed to be saints but proved to be scoundrels, and scoundrels who were transformed into saints. In Saints and Scoundrels, Nancy Guthrie looks at what shaped and motivated people such as Peter, the Pharisees, Zacchaeus, Judas, Caiaphas, Stephen, and Paul, among others. She shows how they all reveal the grace of Jesus toward sinners.
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Ginger B. May 30, 2022
To tell you the truth, I was drawn to the title of this book. Saints and Scoundrels. Little did I know how the author was going to draw out the time, the places and the circumstances in which the person or place was being magnified. I found myself, crying, laughing, and praying as it was speaking truth in the story of Jesus. There are not many books that I have bought that compelled me to keep reading to the end, like this one. Highly recommend it. May it be a blessing to you.