Here’s another one of the New Testament’s “Tell me lies, tell me sweet little lies.” Compare Romans 11:26-27 to Isaiah 59:20-21.
As a former Christian, all of the errors and misquotes I have found were while using my Christian Bible (old and new testaments). I did not go to some random special resource to discover this fraud. Look up these verses to see it for yourself in your own Bible.
To learn more, read Why the New Testament Cannot Be the Inerrant Word of God.
What’s the big deal with this misquote? The prophet Isaiah reveals in the future as was at that time and still today, the message is repent and return to Torah, which teaches us how to hit the mark, how not to sin, how to love God and others and is God’s way of salvation; whereas, the false prophet Paul teaches repent and put your trust in a man-deity named Jesus, who takes away their sins for salvation. Essentially, Paul teaches people to worship yet another golden calf or golden lamb you could say named Jesus.