In Envoy of the Messiah, Stephen Pimentel completes the journey he began in the popular Witnesses of the Messiah. Envoy of the Messiah invites the reader to walk in the footsteps of St. Paul in his mission to the Gentiles, as told in Acts of the Apostles 16-28. Through nine lessons, each including stimulating discussion questions, the reader is challenged to encounter Christ in the early Church and to follow the example of St. Paul in their lives today. Written in accessible language, yet filled with helpful information and scriptural references, this book is perfect for beginners as well as more advanced biblical scholars. Scripture scholar and popular author Steve Ray praises Envoy of the Messiah for its clarity and theological insight: Stephen Pimentel's book takes you through the recorded travels and teachings of St. Paul as revealed by Luke. He provides interesting insights and theological understanding useful to both the average reader and the scholar. This book is easy to read, yet full of helpful information and Scriptural detail. It is too bad we can't insert most of this book into our Bibles as foottes. About the Author: Stephen Pimentel is a writer and speaker on Catholic apologetics and Scripture. He is the author of Witnesses of the Messiah: On the Acts of the Apostles 1-15 (Emmaus Road, 2002) and a contributor to Catholic for a Reason III: Scripture and the Mystery of the Mass (Emmaus Road, 2004). He holds a Master of Arts in theology from Christendom College. About the Series: The Kingdom studies explore the teaching and mission of Jesus Christ as revealed in the New Testament and carried on by His Church. Solid, trustworthy content in language anyone can appreciate.