Did you ever wonder why Saul, who was brought up as the self-proclaimed Hebrew of Hebrews, grew to be so bitter and prideful? Why he made it his life’s work to stop the “blasphemous” Jesus as well as his apostles and disciples? Why he tricked Jesus and was instrumental in his ultimate crucifixion? In Saul of Tarsus: The First Terrorist, novelist Jack Minter maps out the life of Saul and contrasts his experiences with those of Jesus. He shows both the similarities and the differences between the two young men, what their families were like, how they worshipped, and how they were schooled. Minter’s story demonstrates that while both men grew up in comparable circumstances, one’s path took unlikely turns and ultimately led to the salvation of humanity. Saul of Tarsus: The First Terrorist is a study in contrasts, a thought-provoking novel that will have you revisiting the scriptures and seeing them in a new light.