posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 11:53 PM
reply to post by windword
I personally believe that if Paul was a real person he was commissioned by the Romans to write the story of his conversion. Either way, if he was a
real person or not, his story was made up by Romans in order to push their agenda on others.
What Jesus taught was so dangerous to the power structure they had set up that they started killing and torturing his followers in order to teach
others to think twice about conversion.
While they were persecuting early Christians who followed Jesus' true message, they decided to kill two birds with one stone and take Jesus' story and
twist it for their own benefit, so they made up the story of a man named Paul who at first persecuted then had a miraculous vision straight from Jesus
himself who told him you must have "faith" he died on the cross in order to get to heaven. This would take away all the power from the people back to
them and their new church because Paul and his church were the new "father" and they were the authority on how you actually achieved eternal life.
It seems so blatantly obvious that this is what happened in my opinion.
This is a great article that shows just how much what Paul said contradicted what Jesus said:
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