One volume of seven DVDs
Does Paul say in the book of Galatians that believers in Yeshua should not follow Torah, as Christianity claims? This series fully addresses the ‘difficult’ verses that Christianity misinterprets because of a lack of understanding of the issues that Paul was addressing. Pharisaic rabbinic-taught Jewish believers were embracing faith in Yeshua. Paul’s background as a ‘Pharisee of the Pharisees’ qualified him to help such educated Torah-observant believers to know the difference between Yeshua’s requirements and the requirements of the first-century Pharisaic system
While the book of John is perhaps the most read book in the New Testament, the book of Galatians is probably the most misunderstood and misinterpreted book in the New Testament. Why is this so? The main reason is that the book of Galatians is not generally studied from a Torah-based first-century Hebraic context. The Apostle Paul was originally a Pharisaic rabbinic Jew. In the book of Galatians, it is impossible to understand the writings of Paul without having an understanding of his Pharasaic rabbinic Judaistic background. In this seven-part DVD set Eddie clarifies that the book of Galatians specifically discusses not ‘if’ but ‘how’ we should follow the Torah.
This teaching is invaluable for believers trying to let go of a Greek mindset in order to grasp a Hebraic understanding of the Word.