In my opinion, this is a good book for people that want to learn about the Feasts of the Lord and Sabbath, who may have never heard about them before or are just learning about them. I think Paul did a great job of explaining that both Jewish and Gentile people and outcasts are allowed to celebrate the feasts. I loved how he spoke about the Commonwealth of Israel and explained a little about what it is.
I only remember one part of the book that concerned me when it was explained why would we agree to nine sacred, irrefutable commandments and discard one as some kind of a red-headed step-child (page 112). I hear step-child phrases like this sometimes in regards to being grafted into God's family, so I think it has been picked up like it is okay to make that comparison to step-children. I think that kind of phrase might (has) hurt a lot of people that are considered step-children (and red-heads) by their step-parents in today's world, because it is something that cannot be erased from their lives. It is probably not meant to hurt, but I think it could be a turn off to many people that are step-children (and red-headed) people.
I love how Paul went into some depth about how the nations need to be reached out to. I love how the Song of Moses was brought up from Revelation 15:3-4 because that is a topic that has interested me.
It was great to read that it sounds like Paul has a big part in reaching out to the nations, not only through his music and the writings in this book but through other ways as well.
My review= 4.5 out of 5 stars
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