posted on Aug, 27 2013 @ 06:18 PM
Jesus came to preach his gospel, yet died before he could say everything he needed to say. Proof of this is in all of Paul's epistles. Why would Jesus
not teach Paul's message while on Earth, and why would he choose one of his persecutors to finish his message?
Also, if Paul's message is really Jesus', then how do you explain most, if not all of it being absent from the gospels?
15 I no longer call you servants, because a servant does not know his master's business. Instead, I have called you friends, for everything that I
learned from my Father I have made known to you.
Peter was present when Jesus was saying this, so that means that Peter learned everything Jesus had to say while traveling with him. Why then, is
Paul's message not in the gospels when the Gospel of Mark was a recounting of Peter's memory?
Why would Peter neglect to mention anything in Paul's message when it is considered to be some of the most important information in the bible?
Remember, Jesus told his apostles EVERYTHING he learned from his Father, so I find it strange that Paul was even needed and why the message Paul
taught isn't seen until his epistles.
So, why did Jesus supposedly need Paul when he already told Peter everything he knew? And why is Paul's doctrine nowhere to be found in Mark, which is
based on Peter's own words?
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