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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 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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Could the messiah be adopted into the lineage of David like Jesus and if no why?

The key verse in my opinion is 2 Samuel 7:12 which I put below from many English language versions. These conclusively prove that the Messiah had to be a biological descendant of David. Mary is not ...
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Could the messiah be adopted into the lineage of David like Jesus and if no why?

The genealogy connection of Jesus to David was something that was proved when the records actually existed and mattered more. It was proven two thousand years ago to those that had direct records to ...
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What caused radical shift in Protestant disposition toward Jews between Martin Luther and today?

This shift has been mostly or entirely the consequence of dispensationalism, which was generally unheard of prior to the 19th century when it was popularized by John Darby. There is some argument ...
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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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