Apostle Paul Teachings And The Early Churches – Max M Debono-De-Laurentis


How Did Apostle Paul Define The Gospel To The Early Church Without The New Testament

What if we didn’t in have a New Testament in hand to preach salvation to the world, how would we teach it? If we were living in the first Century and sharing stories of the life and teachings of Jesus to early church goers, how would we do it? Could we preach the Gospel message without the NT as a kind of cliff note??

In this episode we will be speaking with Dr Max Debono-De-Laurentis who will be taking a look at the belief systems inherent in the Churches today.  He will reveal a complex system of deceptions that have arisen slowly over the centuries leading believers into deceptive and anti-scriptural positions that in time lead to a further dissemination of false teachings, doctrines and misconceptions of whom the Messiah Yeshua is.


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About Max Debono-De-Laurentis

Though born in England, the author was brought up in Brooklyn NY within the Jewish community as his step-father was Jewish. After moving back to the UK at the age of thirteen his interests became more esoteric until eventually he became a Satanist. At the age of twenty-five he was miraculously saved by the Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) and as a result took to heart the scripture he was given at the time: 2 Timothy 2:15, Study to show yourself approved, a workman rightly interpreting the word of truth. After going to an Elim Bible College he spent years in ministries, for the most part reaching out to the Jewish people. CMJ – Churches Mission to the Jewish People, MT Messianic Testimony, Emmaus Roadshow and recently through his own website and online ministry MDDL Discernment and Study Ministry.  He has now completed his Bachelors and Masters Degrees through MBI Yeshiva which has sadly closed down now and has recently received a Doctor of Arts in Jewish Studies and is pursuing a PhD.



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