In today’s On the Square Gerald R. McDermott weighs with his own contribution to the Paul-and-performance-anxiety discussion :

In these pages recently Stephen Webb suggested that the apostle Paul had stage fright. This would be remarkable, given his history of traveling throughout the Roman Empire speaking in many dangerous situations. But any reader of the Bible knows it is full of remarkable ironies. Such as the probability that Moses, arguably the greatest leader of Israel, was a stutterer.

Read the rest here . McDermott is writing a book on famous stutterers , which sounds pretty interesting! (I can never think about stuttering without thinking about the Monster Study .)

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