Jesus as the feminine and Paul as the Maculine. Jesus as the softer side and Paul as the harsher side. Jesus never converted nor made churches and Paul did convert and made churches. Followers of Paul (Paulean doctrine) opposes Jesus Chrsit doctrine. Step back and assess and what do you come up with?
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Not at all. H said that We are Gods and That God Is WITHIN US and so are all the laws. What we do and think affects our world and also that of others. That was his main message. I never said he was ooey, gooey hippy. Onthe comtary he was a rebel
Jesus made it clear that we are not God, or even really 'gods.' The Laws were also externally given. To say that Jesus is "feminine" is to imply a softness that He did not show. But yes, what we do does effect others as well as ourselves.
Paul was a Liar and scripture proves it. http://false-apostle-paul-archive.blogspot.com/201...
Not really, if you read an account of the life of Jesus' brother, James, you will find that Paul basically "stole" the church from the real apostles. He was from Tarsus, a Roman citizen, and nearly 50 before he was converted.
When you steal, youhave to lie to cover it up. That's is fine bcuz the church stole the creation story anyway too. Thou Shalt Not Steal or Bear False Witness. Go figure!
I'd rather quote Peter, (2 Peter 3:15-16), "..as also our beloved brother Paul, according to the wisdom given to him, has written to you, as also in all his epistles, speaking in them of things, in which are some things hard to understand...
Actually, quite the opposite.
@Chris, not all of Christ's teaching is in that one book, but a whole of of Paul's is and that is DIVISION. Paul was a Deceiver and Liar. We must read other books about Jesus to know the truth. Church took them out or left them out for a reason.
If by 'church' you mean "all the people who were Christians before 100 AD" then you are correct. That group did decide which books were true (NOT the council of Nicea) for a reason. Which is why the other books are counterproductive.