I read some of the stuff G reads, don't get me wrong I <3 G, but the writings he calls proof of Paul being false are shaky at best, just a few words that someone has decided to twist to suit whatever they're trying to convince people of. I personally find the Bible to be far more reliable.<quoted text>Well, I don't know about all that.
Other than that of the elect, the middle wall of partition has been utterly demolished, making the rest of Israel and the Gentiles one and the same, as intended. Although a distinction is made in the writings of the "Old Covenant" texts, the terms "nation(s)" and "Gentile(s)" are, actually, one and the same, even sharing the definition. That term, singularly, is "goy," while the plural is "gowyim." So, we can easily translate Genesis 17:5 to say, "Neither shall your name any more be called Abram, but your name shall be Abraham; for a father of many [gentiles] have I made you." Likewise can Exodus 19:6 be translated to say, "And ye shall be unto me a kingdom of priests, and an holy [gentile]. These are the words which thou shalt speak unto the children of Israel."
G_O_D wrote, "It is also why I think Jesus preached conversion to Judaism for Gentiles despite 'Roman' doctrine to the contrary."
Our anointed Savior did no such thing.
Our anointed Savior sought to reform the "religion" of Israel. Judaism was invented by the priesthood while the southern kingdom of Israel became subject to Babylon. For many years during that time, the written "religion" had been lost. And because of that, the priesthood adopted many of the beliefs and practices of the Babylonian mystics and astrologers.
Now, I'm not quite sure what you mean by "Roman doctrine." I've asked, before, if you wanted to examine Paul's letters, to determine if he did, actually, teach contrary to our anointed Savior, but you never answered me regarding that. In that, I'll say it again. Paul taught nothing contrary to our anointed Savior. People, understandably, misunderstand Paul's letters, but only because they don't realize that the one thing we don't read is his initial teachings.
Until next time, my friend.