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  1. When I was 18 I attending a Baptist College  Sorry for the above mistake, I should have written: "When I was 18 I attended a Baptist College" Civil: The Gentile Constantine, the Emperor of Rome, at the Council of Nicaea in 325AD had hired 318 Bishops and others with high sounding titles to select books/letters that would make up what Constantine called the New Testimony. Those Bishops selected from over 2200 books/letters and finally decided on 27 or so books/letters that would make up Constantine's New Testimony. Those 318 Bishops worked for a year and a half editing those books/letters that were to be included in the New Testimony in an attempt to make those books/letters agree for the most part with each other. What Constantine called the New Testimony is now called the New Testament by most people.
  2. When I was 18 I attending a Baptist College and was required to take an Old Testament/Hebrew Bible Class and a New Testament/New Testimony Class. The writings, the best I could determine, were in agreement in the Hebrew Bible but when I got to the New Testimony Class I found that lots of the different books/letters taught the exact opposite of what other books taught. I found that the teachings of Paul were, for the most part, contradictory in that Paul would say one thing and then a few verses or chapters later Paul would say the exact opposite of what he had said earlier. Paul would often talk out of both sides of his mouth, so to speak. In a court of law a witness loses all credibility when he/she changes his/her testimony. I also noticed that Paul claimed to be an Apostle when there were already twelve Apostles. I find no place in the Bible that says there will be thirteen Apostles. So, I have determined that Paul was simply a self proclaimed Apostle and a false Apostle. I have not found even one of the true Twelve Apostles that called Paul an Apostle. It is my guess that Paul may very well have been a false Apostle and a person that made up tall tales. A person that tells untruths is normally called a liar. Also, it is taught in the New Testimony that Paul was a willing part of the party that murdered Stephen. The Hebrew Bible plainly teaches that anyone that sheds innocent blood is to be executed for such a heinous crime. Genesis 9:6 ESV “Whoever sheds the blood of man, by man shall his blood be shed, for God made man in his own image. Could it be that Paul was a murderer, tare and false Apostle? Could it be that Paul's books/letters cannot be trusted?
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