Romans by Jamie Perez

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"As scholar and sage, filled with knowledge and zeal, Paul revolutionized Messianic Judaism. What had been limited primarily to Jews, Paul opened up the masses of uneducated and morally repulsive Gentiles. How could he Scripturally justify profaning God’s established religion in this way? How could he bring two completely opposite groups together? He did it by explaining the Hebrew Scriptures so that both groups could understand their role in it.

This Bible study goes back to Paul’s source text, the Hebrew Scriptures, to explain his letter to the Roman Congregation. By placing ourselves in the Roman world, without a New Testament, where new religions are outlawed, and where Judaism is the only religion of the One True God, we rediscover a world we’ve long misunderstood.

This exciting new study is designed to give the Bible student a thorough understanding of the Jewish theology behind Paul’s words. It reveals the one Scripture and one message that has been proclaimed since the beginning of time. Paul examined the hidden gems that Messiah uncovered in the Hebrew Scriptures—and now we can explore that treasure-chest with him."

About Jamie Perez

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Perez has a M.Ed. in Counseling from Ohio University.
Published November 22, 2001 by iUniverse. 329 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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