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Did Paul remain a Jew even after his conversion?

Did Paul remain a Jew even after his conversion? The short answer is yes. But the affirmative response needs some explication. St. Paul, the Apostle of the Gentiles was definitely Jewish after his ...
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Did Paul remain a Jew even after his conversion?

Did Paul remain a Jew after his Conversion? Before Before his conversion, Paul was an ethnic Jew, raised in the culture of first century Judaism (rabbinism). He ate kosher food, refrained from contact ...
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Did Paul remain a Jew even after his conversion?

I'll offer a response broken into 2 sections: Was Paul a Jew? If yes, what kind of Jew? 1. Was Paul a Jew? There is a risk here of imposing anachronisms on Paul: we are accustomed to thinking of ...
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Did Paul remain a Jew even after his conversion?

It appears the OP question has been rescoped. So, I'll answer again. Perhaps others will too. OP: It seems Paul had a very remarkable role in shifting the Christian faith into a more Gentile and ...
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Did Paul remain a Jew even after his conversion?

It is certainly true that "Paul had a very remarkable role in shifting the Christian faith into a more Gentile and independent religion rather than enforcing Mosaic laws." However, the ...
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Did Paul remain a Jew even after his conversion?

No. Galatians 1:11-16 But I certify you, brethren, that the gospel which was preached of me is not after man. 12 For I neither received it of man, neither was I taught it, but by the revelation of ...
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