You Won’t Believe What . . . The Apostle Paul REALLY Taught . . . is excerpted from the author’s longer work, The Poor Man’s New Testament.
The Apostle Paul was not as befuddled as many translations of the New Testament make him out to be. He wasn't ever anti-Christ. Nor was he ever trying to sell some new religious form. The ancient obfuscators and codifiers apparently had their own reasons for making the excellent advice of Paul and his wife difficult for seekers and readers to comprehend.
As dean of the Apostolic Academy at the University of Syracuse in Sicily, Italy, Paul was busy most of the time with his administrative duties, and didn’t really make many of the journeys obfuscators allege.
Paul’s original language writings were direct and to the point; excellent advice for lovers and couples that could be easily understood by students and interested readers.
You Won’t Believe What . . . makes the excellent advice of Paul and his wife available to the modern teen, college student, and individual seeking a lasting and meaningful relationship with someone of the opposite gender.