My Name Is Sha'ul, But You Can Call Me Paul : Good News for Jews
Rabbi Grossman reveals Christianity's erroneous teaching that Paul converted to Christianity, and was instrumental in starting Christianity, by examining what Scripture actually reveals about Paul. Rabbi Grossman reveals that Sha'ul (Paul) never attended Church, but rather attended synagogue in every town he went to. He reveals Paul never preached against the law, but rather held it in high esteem. He reveals Paul's letters were written to the assembly of Believing Jews within the synagogues, which he previously had attended, and not to Churches.
- Paperback | 360 pages
- 127 x 203 x 19mm | 354g
- 25 Oct 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Fred Grossman
Rabbi Eleazar Frederick Grossman attended Itasca Community College, and Bemidji State University. He graduated from Nazarene Bible College, and International Seminary. He has started several Churches, and was ordained as a Southern Baptist Minister, before returning home to Judaism. His search for truth took him into Reformed, orthodox and Messianic Judaism, and he eventually received Smichah as a Rabbi from Dvar Torah Ministries, and considers himself a "non-denominational Jew." He is the author of Think About War a Little More, and So this is Peace? He currentlt resides with his family, in Grand Rapids, Minnesota.