How the Church Doctrine on Sin and Atonement is Deeply Flawed
It would be easy to argue that Paul was the most important convert to Christianity. Had Paul not joined the small, inauspicious movement, if he had not engaged in his extensive missionary activity, the fledgling group would have joined the ranks of many other Jewish sectarian movements, and vanished without a trace. The foundation of Paul’s teaching stands on the doctrine that the only blood sacrifice of Jesus can forgive sin and the cross uniquely reconciles man with God. Is this idea found anywhere in the Jewish Scriptures? Using Scripture alone, Rabbi Tovia Singer discredits this claim in this fascinating broadcast.