It would be easy to argue that Paul was the most important convert to Christianity. The writings ascribed to him by the Church form a considerable portion of the Christian canon, of whose twenty-seven books, thirteen are attributed to Paul. The influence of his epistles on Christian thinking cannot be overstated. Although Paul said almost […]
Isaiah foretold the condition under which the Messiah can usher in the Messianic Age. In this fascinating broadcast, Rabbi Singer explains to a caller why Paul felt compelled to alter this End Time prophecy. Moreover, Rabbi Singer responds to a pressing question: Did Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob observe the commandments of the Torah?
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. Instead, as a […]
Although the source of most of what we know about Paul’s life is found in the in Book of Acts, its author, Luke, contradicts Paul’s epistles on multiple accounts, including the frequency of Paul’s visits to the church in Jerusalem. However, Luke’s sharpest differences with apostle from Tarsus is found in Paul’s Christology rather than […]