Hell, Heretics, and Humanists: The World and Ideas of the Most Interesting Jewish Rebels throughout History, Part 2: Paul
Rabbi Tzemah Yoreh
Many think of Paul as the first Christian. But in the first century there were no Christians, only Jews of the Jesus movement, and Saul of Tarsus, the erstwhile student of Rabbi Gamliel was the most famous. His version of the ‘good news’ shook the foundations of the Roman Empire, and changed the world forever.