What did Apostle Paul really teach? Peter warned us in 2 Peter 3:15-16 that Paul is hard to be understood, and unlearned and those who are unstable wrest with his teachings, as and also the other scriptures. Most importantly, we do so, leading to our own own destruction.
But unstable in what. Unstable in the law (Torah). You cannot understand Paul unless you understand Torah and the prophets (what Peter referred to as the other scriptures). So Christians who largely reject the law, saying it is done away, how can they teach about Sha’ul (Paul)?
How can someone who is not only unstable in the law, but flat out reject it, understand Paul? Impossible.
Is Paul saying we should not keep the law, for instance? If so, why then in Acts 21:17-26 did Paul shave his head and take a vow to prove he still kept the law?
So we look at Paul from the mind of those who do not reject Torah and the prophets, but like Paul, believe all things that are written in the law and the prophets:
Act 24:14 But this I (Paul) confess unto thee, that after the way which they call heresy, so worship I the Aluah of my fathers, believing all things which are written in the law and in the prophets:
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