The Scott Shoob And Rav Shaul (Paul Sides) Connection

by David on October 29, 2017

Scott Shoob of Beit Tefillah Productions, has now declared that the Messiah and New Testament are fictitious, as he denies that there is Scriptural justification for a Messiah.

I was searching Google for Scott Schubbe, as his son’s name is Schubbe, to find more teachings from him; and I ran across this connection to Paul Sides, who writes as Rav Shaul at SabbathCovenant.com

It appears that Scott uses the name Shoob in his ministry, but his real name is Schubbe; as Jennifer, Gina and Mitchell all spell it Schubbe.

It appears that Scott uses the name Shoob in his ministry, but his real name is Schubbe; as Jennifer, Gina and Mitchell all spell it Schubbe.

Scott has read Rav Shaul’s books, and recommended them in 2015.

I was searching Google for Scott Schubbe, to find more teachings from him; and I ran across this connection to Paul Sides, who writes as Rav Shaul at SabbathCovenant.com

Here’s another review by Scott Schubbe on Amazon for Rav Shaul’s book The Kingdom.

Here's another review by Scott Schubbe on Amazon for Rav Shaul's book The Kingdom

The reason that Scott recommended Rav Shaul’s books, was that Scott was teaching the same thing in his ‘Exit Babylon’ book series; that Messiah was 100% human and not deity.

Scott Shoob Messiah 100% human, not deity

This is very interesting, because both of them attract people who have come out of Christianity; and both of them teach false things about Messiah:

Rav Shaul, Paul Sides, of The Sabbath Covenant, is teaching that Messiah was 100% human and that He sinned; and when He became obedient, He became a god; and that we can do the same thing.

And now Scott Shoob, of Beit Tefillah Productions, is declaring that the Messiah of the New Testament is a fictitious character, who is based on the pagan gods of Babylon, Egypt, etc.

So it would seem that both of them are being used to deceive people who have come out of Christianity.

And isn’t that what HaSatan wants to do?  Deceive people about Scriptural truth?

Here’s a summary page of what Scott Shoob taught in this video series, which proves that what he is teaching is false.

Scott Shoob Of Beit Tefillah Proclaims That The Messiah Of The New Testament Is Fictitious

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