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Was the apostle Paul a wolf in sheep's clothing?

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posted on Mar, 12 2015 @ 07:16 PM
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a reply to: AlmostRosey

Rosey good enough I'd say. Elegantly displayed. Paul was an agent and he did all in his power to intimidate and force the early church in under his rule, away from the people whom he killed. Saint Stephen our Crown was not just any man, he was the bishop of one of the original churches of Asia Minor. Paul evidently killed him, it's one of the first things that happens in Acts of the Apostles— and later Paul instructs his surviving ecclesia to diverge from the teachings of the Lord in his letters, and to follow Paul's words as laws and instructions instead.
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posted on Sep, 25 2015 @ 09:02 AM
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originally posted by: Tusks
...Then he "saw the light" during the event on the road to Damascus---he was given a revelation of truth regarding Christ.


A critically overlooked piece that exposes Paul for who he is. Yahushua warned us that if someone says that they saw him in the desert, don't believe them. The road to Damascus just happens to be in the Syrian desert and Paul is the only person who has claimed to see Yahushua in the desert. Paul also claimed to communicate with Yahushua in the Secret Chambers. Yahushua warned again that anyone making that claim should be avoided. Again, Paul is the only one.



posted on Sep, 25 2015 @ 01:06 PM
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a reply to: lyyhtsource

Paul got drunk on bad liquer, saw the light and went blind, only way to treat it is by getting just enough ethanol to regain the vision. Jesus intended to blind him forever, but Paul knew where Jesus' guys where, and they were experts at producing liquer for medical reasons, so he raided them, got well, and later at Crete, Paul meets with Elimas the son of Jesus, and Paul calls him son of the Devil, and blinds him with what was left of his bad liquer. What a lovely chap they worship.



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