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~Books by Rabbi Isaac Levy~

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May the Real Paul Come Forth

 

WARNING: Peter warned that multitudes could be lead to their own destruction by misinterpreting some of Paul's letters. Speaking of Paul... "his letters contain some things that are hard to understand, which ignorant and unstable people distort (untrained in the knowledge of the Torah) as they do the other Scriptures, to their own destruction. Therefore, dear friends, since you have been forewarned, be on your guard so that you may not be carried away by the error of the lawless... [those who do not walk in the way of the Torah-Law]" (2 Peter 3:16, 17; commentary added).

 

Why is Peter warning us of Paul's letters? Peter understood Paul's style of teaching, which was from an intellectual and philosophical Greek mindset. Peter knew that unschooled people and those unlearned in the ways of Torah would misunderstand them and would be misled by teachers who manipulate the letters to elevate and profit from them, ultimately leading many to their own destruction.

 

ITZHAK BEN AARON LEVY was born and raised in Israel and comes to us from the priestly tribe of Levy. Rabbi Levy uses history and the Bible in the making of this book; his teachings fall in the middle between Judaism and Christianity, bridging the divide. Levy has chosen Paul's letters since they have been a pivotal point of controversy when compared to the other writers of the New Testament. Knowing that Paul was schooled in the Hebrew language, Levy has used Paul's translated letters from Greek to Hebrew in order to help the reader better understand Paul's Hebrew thinking. By doing this, Levy delivers the true intent of Paul's letters while removing the controversial shadow that was cast on Paul for 2,000 years, allowing the real Paul to come forth.

 

"Thought provoking... enlightening... once I started reading, I couldn't put it down." -MSK "This book sheds much clarity on Paul the person." - B. Jensen "A truly enlightened deliverance of Paul." R. Welsh

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