The Apostle Paul Revisited
Christian tradition generally portrays the Apostle Paul as a Jew who left Judaism behind after he met Jesus Christ on the road to Damascus. While that is true in the sense that Paul departed from the traditions of men he had followed as a Pharisee (Philippians 3:3-6), Paul never departed from the Torah of God as delivered through Moses (Acts 24:14-16).
This series investigates Paul as he appears in Scripture, using a methodical process that will address Paul’s background, career, conversion, and theology. The intent is to motivate readers to take a fresh look at Paul in light of Scripture, prayerfully asking understanding from the Holy Spirit to discern the truth.