>If you were truly familiar with God's word, you would realize that 'Pharisee' is not synonymous with 'evil'. Jesus even calls the teachings of the Pharisees orthodox in his day
Remember that this was before they crucified him. Don't you find it suspicious that he would even still call himself a pharisee when he should know that identifying with such a label after the crucifixion where most of the pharisees rejected Christ would put him in a bad position at best among Christians. Again Jesus also said be wary of the leaven of the pharisees. Which I have been doing.
>To Paul's credit, even if they abandoned him at that point in his life, they seemed to have returned to his teaching later on. However this touches on a bigger issue that will be discussed later on.
Remember that the book of revelation was written by John the apostle. Which means that the timeline for my argument lines up pretty well. If Paul was rejected by The churches of Asia and then John proceeds to right what Jesus tells him towards the same churches then it makes a lot of sense that Paul was a false prophet. It's much closer chronologically than someone like Eusebius for example.
>Friend, when you start waving around accusations that major portions of the New Testament are invalid, do you know what the effect of that is?
I understand to the effect of what I am preaching. However consider this, Does God's word actually change if you reject Paul? OF course it doesn't, God is eternal and never changing. The bible becomes far more consistent when you remove Paul's epistles which have inconsistencies and even something which goes against the God's word in the whole eating meat sacrificed unto idols ordeal I brought up.
>To raise doubt in those that believe, and ridicule from those don't.
1) I haven't ridiculed anyone if anything I'm the one that's being ridiculed >>2349
for example mocks me by claiming that I believe myself to be "Oh so correct". If I have in the case that I can't recall then I ask that you forgive me.
2) Nothing about the fundamentals of Christianity change in the event that the Pauline doctrine is exposed as false we still get to heaven from the sacrifice of Christ(It replaced the sacrificial laws and circumcision.) For we are justified through Jesus.
3)In times of doubt it is necessary to pray to God. I pray everyday For remember "ask and ye shall receive
"And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive."
To get the truth simply pray to God that's what I did.
>The Muslims would wholeheartedly agree with what you've written and use it as a point to discredit Christianity entirely.
The muslims worship a false prophet however, The core of Christianity is the worship of Jesus as God in the flesh and to believe in him to be the promised messiah of the Old testament.
>You raised up the Old Testament law being in effect: that is what they believe too,
I've already brought up why Islam is a heretical religion.