Paul Was Not A Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle by Pamela EisenbaumPaul Was Not A Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle by Pamela Eisenbaum

Paul Was Not A Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle

byPamela Eisenbaum

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Pamela Eisenbaum, an expert on early Christianity, reveals the true nature of the historical Paul in Paul Was Not a Christian. She explores the idea of Paul not as the founder of a new Christian religion, but as a devout Jew who believed Jesus was the Christ who would unite Jews and Gentiles and fulfill God’s universal plan for humanity. Eisenbaum’s work in Paul Was Not a Christian  will have a profound impact on the way many Christians approach evangelism and how to better follow Jesus’s—and Paul’s—teachings on how to live faithfully today.<_o3a_p>

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Pamela Eisenbaum is the associate professor of biblical studies and Christian origins at Iliff School of Theology in Denver, Colorado. Eisenbaum is a national media expert on early Christianity and, as a practicing Jew teaching in a Christian seminary, has a unique perspective on the origins of Christianity.
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Title:Paul Was Not A Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood ApostleFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.84 inPublished:September 7, 2010Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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“According to traditional teachings, Paul rejected his Judaism for the new, improved version: Christianity. Bible scholar Pamela Eisenbaum says this interpretation of Paul is not only wrong, it’s dangerous.”