So here it is, maybe a year or so later, and Shaul is writing to the congregation in Corinth, again. He starts off as he does with all his letters, giving thanks and praise to God, and talking about how wonderful it is to be saved by the Messiah’s sacrifice.
As the title indicates, this was written to the Gentile (and some Jewish) believers in Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) who lived in Rome. It was written by Shaul (Paul) in 57 CE and meant to be a letter of introduction for him before he arrived there. This letter is one of
Titus has been mentioned in a number of letters, such as in 2 Corinthians 8:23, and was a protégé’ of Shaul, traveling with him and also being sent as a messenger. He was working with the congregation in Crete when this letter was sent to him. If you prefer to
The first letter Shaul wrote to Timothy, one of his protégé’s who had a Greek father and Jewish mother, and apparently was very young to be in the position of authority he was given, was written around 63-65 A.D. The second letter was written a few years later. Timothy was
It is interesting to note that although everyone agrees that Shaul wrote the first letter to the Thessalonians, there is doubt that he wrote the second letter. If you prefer to watch a video, click on this link: Watch the video. These letters were written around 50-51 A.D. and address
This is a very confusing chapter for many, especially with the traditional Christian misinterpretation of it, enforcing the improper interpretation of Acts 10, which has resulted in Christians thinking that the law of Kashrut (Kosher) is done away with. If you prefer to watch a video, click on this link:
This is one of those letters that the scholars are not absolutely certain was written by Shaul. I am not sure why they think that. The reason given is that the writing style is different from other letters he has written. It seems strange to me that this would not
In the book of Acts, Chapter 9, in nearly every Bible that has a heading over the chapter, they call this chapter “Paul’s Conversion to Christianity”. But was he ever, really, a Christian? If you prefer to watch a video, click on this link: Watch the video. The answer needs
Now we come to Chapter 11, which is one of the most ignored chapters, if you ask me, by traditional Christian teachings. If you prefer to watch a video, click on this link: Watch the video. The main theme of this chapter is that even though God cut off from
I’ll bet you are thinking that there is no way our faith in the Messiah could be stronger today than it was back when he actually walked the earth and performed all those miracles, right? Well, I think anyone who believes in Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) today has even stronger faith,