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The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 7:56am On Oct 25, 2018
I very well know that i'm saying this concerning an apostle of christ who is highly respected by many in today's church, especially because of his teachings which is widely seen as the rulebook governing the church, and to some extent even more than the teachings of Jesus who himself founded the church. So i'm not oblivious to the fact that i am moving against the tide here, speaking of the mistakes of someone who many of the church view as faultless and consequently that his teachings were all inspired by the Holy Spirit, without a single mistake. But perhaps i can take solace in the fact the Lord deemed it needful to put "a thorn in his flesh" at some point etc., to prove that though Paul was truly his apostle, that he wasn't perfect and could also make mistakes, including in his teachings. So thank God for Apostle Paul, that the Lord is not like men who're not able to detect such imperfections and faults in such ones, but would praise them to their own destruction and downfall. Thank God also that so am i!

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Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by HungerMustGo: 8:26am On Oct 25, 2018
Op, you're either Femi Aribisala or you're one of his disciples.

You all are telling God that he made a mistake by including Paul's writings in the scriptures.

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Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 9:00am On Oct 25, 2018
HungerMustGo:
Op, you're either Femi Aribisala or you're one of his disciples.

You all are telling God that he made a mistake by including Paul's writings in the scriptures.
So you think that disagreement with Paul or his teachings started with Femi Aribisala, if so that proves that you are not very aquainted with the book you call the scriptures for there were several instances of such given there. Remember Barnabas one of the duo of Barnabas and Paul who the Spirit of God was said to have seperated for his work, and then you also have James the less whose book appear a response to counter such teachings of Paul, and the many others that were included in his own writings. So opposition to Paul in that respect didn't start with F.A. at all. I'm a disciple of Jesus and my discovery of such errors in Paul's teachings began sometime in 2002 when i began to view the teachings of Jesus as the standard for my walk with God, as some of Paul's words fell short of that standard.
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 12:46pm On Oct 25, 2018
Although i'm not so much of a fan of Paul's teachings because of such mistakes which makes me think the church would have been better off without it, as was proven by the first church that seemed not to need it as they did perfectly well without it, there are yet some jewels in his words which meets up to the standard of the teachings of Jesus which i observe. And such words are usually a product of Paul's zeal and passion for God which is the aspect of Paul's teachings which i really love, such as "to live is christ, to die is gain" which perfectly agrees with the teachings of Christ, and my mindset. Therefore Paul is a friend and colleague of mine, hence this is not in any way intended to spite him but for good, as i got message that Paul was concerned about the damaging effect such mistakes of his teachings are having on those of the church who observe it as the word of God, therefore this is meant to help a friend out who made some mistakes while he was here on Earth but is no longer here to correct them.
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 2:36pm On Oct 25, 2018
Most of such mistakes in the writings of Paul can be traced to his background as a pharisee and also the pride that is usually assiociated with the educated or those that Jesus called "the wise and prudent" which usually makes it hard for them to be able to enter into the kingdom of God. Therefore although Paul was an exception to the usual order of the pharisees-who were usually hypocrites and corrupt elements who did all they did for their own selfish reasons as they didn't have the love of God in their hearts-as he truly loved God and that's the reason behind his persecution of the church, as he felt he's doing what God required of him, those traits still appeared to have some bearing in his writings. And i think that Paul could really have done with learning at the master feet as the other disciples, for some of such issues which Paul had, had already been addressed by Jesus in the lives of his disciples whlile he was yet here on earth, such as Paul's desire for power and supremacy.
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by nwakaibe(m): 3:13pm On Oct 25, 2018
You are a dreamer. State the differences between Jesus and Paul's teaching.

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Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by LordReed(m): 6:21pm On Oct 25, 2018
LoL! More from the book of confusion. LMFAO!

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Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by PastorAIO: 6:38pm On Oct 25, 2018
HungerMustGo:
Op, you're either Femi Aribisala or you're one of his disciples.

You all are telling God that he made a mistake by including Paul's writings in the scriptures.

I'm more interested in the mistake that God made by founding a church that many call the Harlot of Babylon. It was this so called 'harlot of babylon' that actually compiled much of the Bible.
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 8:54pm On Oct 25, 2018
MISTAKE NO. 1
"Let your women
keep silence in the
churches: for it is not
permitted unto them
to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience,
as also saith the law. And if they will learn any thing, let them ask their husbands at home : for it is a shame for women to speak in the church
1Corin 14:34-35.(KJV).

This writing of his is one of the most glaring mistakes that he made that even the staunchest of his fans would agree that this saying was never inspired by the Spirit Of God, but purely a product of his flesh, as this is arguably one of the most sexist saying that one could ever come across in the whole of the Bible. For it's not that she shouldn't be allowed to lead a church, for that'd be even less severe even though yet erroneous, but this is that she shouldn't even speak in the church. The pharisees were seen to be very sexist figures as they'd bring a woman to Jesus with the allegation that she was caught in the very act of adultery, and it beggars the question, if it's possible for one to be caught alone in the very act of adultery?

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Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 9:44pm On Oct 25, 2018
And if not then where was the man that she was caught in the very act of adultery with? but it was just a reflection of their oppressive and repressive mindset towards those of the opposite sex. Another instance among others was with respect to their opposition to the saying of Jesus concerning marriage when he implied that it was wrong for a man to divorce his wife,(Mt 5:32, 19:3-12), for it was not that they cared at all about the law of Moses but that they didn't have any respect for women, and hence wanted to be divorcing them for any reason at all, so they were only looking justify such actions with the law but Jesus let them know that it was not right but that it was only for the hardness of their hearts that Moses gave such a law. So obviously despite that it was not to that same degree, it was this same sexist trait of the pharisees that reared it ugly head in Paul on that occasion and was behind that demeaning and most insulting saying about women.
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 10:41pm On Oct 25, 2018
And so despite that many of the church claim that all of Paul's writings were inspired of God and without any single mistake, it's almost a mission impossible to try and find any church which keeps this particular saying of Paul concerning women. So if it's truly inspired of God as they claim it to be, and not a mistake that emanated from the flesh, then they should tell us why they have refused to keep it? God has shown overtime that he had absolutely nothing to do with that saying of Paul concerning women, as he has used several women mightily in the past not just to speak in the churches but also to lead churches. And one excellent example of such is a woman called Kathryn Kulman who he used to rare degree to show his mighty works, that it'd be difficult to mention the name of several men in the same breath as hers in recent history with respect to the extent to which God used her to show his works, that she became a huge inspiration to many men in the church, inclusive of church leaders such as Benny Hinn

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Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 11:40pm On Oct 25, 2018
And Benny Hinn's one of the leading church leaders on Earth, both in name and in terms of mighty works, and if there's a name of anyone of recent times that's synonymous with his ministry, it's got to be Kathryn Kulman, a woman, as he's just can't stop talking about her. So that's an instance in the past that God proved that Paul was on his own when he said that, and up till this day God's still using women mightily in the church. But this is to the confounding of some who'd accepted that saying of Paul concerning women as the word of God, as they think it goes contrary to "the word of God" whenever that happens. But the truth's that it was never the word in the first place but only the word of man and of the flesh, even though it was included in the Bible, and emanated from the teachings of a true apostle of Jesus called Paul. For God is not a respecter of the word of the flesh neither does he keep the rules of men, so God use of women in the church contrary to that saying of Paul's because it's not his word
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by MuttleyLaff: 6:31am On Oct 26, 2018
jesusjnr:
I gonna kick things off with this saying of his concerning women, for Paul said:
"Let your women keep silence in the churches:
for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience,
as also saith the law.

1Corin 14:34.(KJV).

This writing of his is one of the most glaring mistakes that he made that even the staunchest of his fans would agree that this saying was never inspired by the Spirit Of God,
but purely a product of his flesh, as this is arguably one of the most sexist saying that one could ever come across in the whole of the Bible.
For it's not that she shouldn't be allowed to lead a church, for that'd be even less severe even though yet erroneous,
but this is that she shouldn't even speak in the church.
The pharisees were seen to be very sexist figures as they'd bring a woman to Jesus with the allegation that she was caught in the very act of adultery, and it beggars the question,
if it's possible for one to be caught alone in the very act of adultery?

jesusjnr:
And if not then where was the man that she was caught in the very act of adultery with? but it was just a reflection of their oppressive and repressive mindset towards those of the opposite sex. Another instance among others was with respect to their opposition to the saying of Jesus concerning marriage when he implied that it was wrong for a man to divorce his wife,(Mt 5:32, 19:3-12), for it was not that they cared at all about the law of Moses but that they didn't have any respect for women, and hence wanted to be divorcing them for any reason at all, so they were only looking justify such actions with the law but Jesus let them know that it was not right but that it was only for the hardness of their hearts that Moses gave such a law. So obviously despite that it was not to that same degree, it was this same sexist trait of the pharisees that reared it ugly head in Paul on that occasion and was behind that demeaning and most insulting saying about women.

jesusjnr:
And so despite that many of the church claim that all of Paul's writings were inspired of God and without any single mistake, it's almost a mission impossible to try and find any church which keeps this particular saying of Paul concerning women. So if it's truly inspired of God as they claim it to be, and not a mistake that emanated from the flesh, then they should tell us why they have refused to keep it? God has shown overtime that he had absolutely nothing to do with that saying of Paul concerning women, as he has used several women mightily in the past not just to speak in the churches but also to lead churches. And one excellent example of such is a woman called Kathryn Kulman who he used to rare degree to show his mighty works, that it'd be difficult to mention the name of several men in the same breath as hers in recent history with respect to the extent to which God used her to show his works, that she became a huge inspiration to many men in the church, inclusive of church leaders such as Benny Hinn

jesusjnr:
And Benny Hinn's one of the leading church leaders on Earth, both in name and in terms of mighty works, and if there's a name of anyone of recent times that's synonymous with his ministry, it's got to be Kathryn Kulman, a woman, as he's just can't stop talking about her. So that's an instance in the past that God proved that Paul was on his own when he said that, and up till this day God's still using women mightily in the church. But this is to the confounding of some who'd accepted that saying of Paul concerning women as the word of God, as they think it goes contrary to "the word of God" whenever that happens. But the truth's that it was never the word in the first place but only the word of man and of the flesh, even though it was included in the Bible, and emanated from the teachings of a true apostle of Jesus called Paul. For God is not a respecter of the word of the flesh neither does he keep the rules of men, so God use of women in the church contrary to that saying of Paul's because it's not his word
Are these the so called errors in Paul's teaching
and his words that fell short of the standard of Jesus?

As I earlier mentioned, I once, a long time ago, initially felt like you do about Paul
but later came to realise it was all just a false alarm
It's happy days, once you get to know how Paul writes and get to undertand how his mind constructs

Lastly, tell me who your friends are (i.e. leading church leaders on Earth are) and I'll tell you who you are.

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Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 12:37pm On Oct 26, 2018
MISTAKE NO. 1: THE CORRECTION
The misconception of that very saying of Paul concerning women as the word of God by many of those in the church, is so unwarranted and should never have arisen in the first place, had it been subjected to the test of the teachings and ways of the master Jesus, for it would have never had a chance a scaling through it. For Jesus himself who founded the church had shown himself to be an exception to the usual order of men in both in words and in deeds and undoubtedly the greatest ever champion against the oppression and injustices meted to women, especially by their largely sexist male counterparts. And i'd already given the example of the woman brought to him by the pharisees with respect to allegations of adultery, who Jesus rescued from the hands of the predators(Jn 8:1-11)... to be continued
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by KENFERDYOORI(m): 12:58pm On Oct 26, 2018
You look at the Bible with the eyes of faith. Once you go empirical or pragmatic, you're most likely to miss the points therein.

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Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 1:51pm On Oct 26, 2018
MISTAKE NO. 1 THE CORRECTION 2
Also the instance of the law of Moses about divorce that's apparently very sexist and anti-women in nature, which Jesus amended to address whatever injustices that's being perpetrated against her on its basis. For Jesus said: "Whosoever putteth
away his wife, and
marrieth another,
committeth adultery:
and whosoever
marrieth her that is put away from her husband committeth
adultery."
Lk 16:18.(KJV). This was his amendment of that sexist and anti-women law in the law of Moses about divorce that gave a man the right to put away his wife for every cause, and it could be observed the glaring difference between both, as while that of the law of Moses was heavily tilted in favor of the men, that of Jesus was more balanced for the both sexes to address that injustice. Hence Jesus showed that one of his purposes of coming to the earth was to fight against such weapons of injustice and oppression that are formed especially by men against the women.
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by enilove(m): 2:21pm On Oct 26, 2018
jesusjnr:
But the misconception of that very saying of Paul concerning women as the word of God by many of those in the church, is so unwarranted and should never have arisen in the first place, had it been subjected to the test of the teachings and ways of the master Jesus, for it would have never had a chance a scaling through it. For Jesus himself who founded the church had shown himself to be an exception to the usual order of men in both in words and in deeds and undoubtedly the greatest ever champion against the oppression and injustices meted to women, especially by their largely sexist male counterparts. And i'd already given the example of the woman brought to him by the pharisees with respect to allegations of adultery, who Jesus rescued from the hands of the predators(Jn 8:1-11), and also the instance of the law of Moses about divorce which was apparently very sexist and anti-women in nature, which Jesus amended to address whatever injustices that was being perpetrated on the basis of that law against women

Which among the twelve disciples of Jesus was a woman ?

Is that not injustice against women also ?

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Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by enilove(m): 3:01pm On Oct 26, 2018
jesusjnr:
Jesus said: "Whosoever putteth
away his wife, and
marrieth another,
committeth adultery:
and whosoever
marrieth her that is put away from her husband committeth
adultery."
Lk 16:18.(KJV). This was his amendment of that sexist and anti-women law in the law of Moses about divorce that gave a man the right to put away his wife for every cause, and it could be observed the glaring difference between the both of them, as while that of the law of Moses was heavily tilted in favor of the men, that of Jesus was more balanced for the both sexes to address that injustice. Hence Jesus showed that one of his purposes of coming to the earth was to fight against such weapons of injustice and oppression that are formed especially by men against the women.

Was Moses the maker of the law?

Right from the old testament God hates divorce . The reason being that it breads lack of love , perseverance and encourages adultery on the part of the man and the woman.
Divorced woman were given opportunity to marry again :

John 4:17-18 KJV
The woman answered and said, I have no husband. Jesus said unto her, Thou hast well said, I have no husband:
[18] For thou hast had five husbands; and he whom thou now hast is not thy husband: in that saidst thou truly.

If you feel it is unfair for Paul to say women should be silent in the church , then you will have to rewrite the whole Bible .
I know you will soon discover that Adam and Eve were created at the same time , but the Bible failed to record this due to the unfair treatment of women folks .

Jesus could have change this unfair treatment by selecting at least 2 women to be named among his 12 disciples if it was an unfair treatment .

It is not about Paul , it is the God's rule and commandment :
Genesis 3:16 KJV
Unto the woman he said, I will greatly multiply thy sorrow and thy conception; in sorrow thou shalt bring forth children; and thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall RULE over thee.
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 3:08pm On Oct 26, 2018
THE OPPOSITION TO HIS AMENDMENT OF THAT SEXIST LAW OF DIVORCE
"The
Pharisees also came unto him,
tempting him, and saying...Is it lawful
for a man to put away his wife for
every cause? And he answered...them, Have ye not read,
that he which made them at the
beginning made them male and
female, And said, For this cause shall
a man leave father and mother, and
shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh? Wherefore
they are no more twain, but one flesh.
What therefore God hath joined
together, let not man put asunder.
They say unto him, Why did Moses
then command to give a writing of divorcement, and to put her away?
He saith unto them, Moses because
of the hardness of your hearts
suffered you to put away your wives:
but from the beginning it was not so.
And I say unto you, Whosoever shall put away his wife, except it be for
fornication, and shall marry another,
committeth adultery: and whoso
marrieth her which is put away doth
commit adultery." Mt 19:3-9.(KJV).
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 4:08pm On Oct 26, 2018
So the fight of Jesus against such injustice and oppression being perpetrated against women wasn't without any opposition, as those sexists behind such unfair treatment were not happy with Jesus for trying to deprive them of such a law that empowered them to advance their sexist causes. But Jesus let them know that even though such was there in the law that, it wasn't meant to be that way, for even Moses who gave them that law only gave it to them because of the hardness of their hearts with regards doing what God required of them such as to treat women fairly, but that it wasn't so in the beginning when God first made man, even before his fall, for that was what Jesus came to the Earth to do, to restore things back to the way they used to be in the beginning before the fall of man.
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 4:48pm On Oct 26, 2018
MISTAKE NO. 1: THE CORRECTION 3
Jesus made another amendment to address such sexist and anti-women mindset, such as the situation where women are blamed for every bad thing that happens to a man and any mistake he makes, which dates back to the beginning of course after the fall of man, when her oppression actually began, when man would blame her for eating the forbidden fruit, as if he was a baby and she forced it into his mouth. So that trend has continued up to this very day as a man'd be asked why he committed adultery and even rape? And he would be like it was the woman that caused it, she seduced me, she wore a revealing dress and so on, as a woman is meant to be blamed for all man's problems and falling into sin but Jesus would say: "Ye have heard that it
was said by them of
old time, Thou shalt
not commit adultery: But I say unto you,
That whosoever
looketh on a woman
to lust after her hath
committed adultery
with her already in his heart.
Mt 5:27-28.(KJV).
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 5:21pm On Oct 26, 2018
Therefore for Jesus, it didn't matter if the woman was wearing a seductive dress or even Unclad, once a man looks upon her with lust in his heart he has already committed adultery with her in his heart! So it's no longer about looking for a woman to blame for one's actions, for even though she makes the the fruit very enticing and tells you to eat of it, can't you tell her "NO"!. There are examples of men who've said no in the past, e.g. Joseph, Jacob's son, and even Jesus himself said no, that's why we can even talk of hoping for salvation now, because he said No. And there are several other instances where Jesus in his words and deeds showed that he was not a sexist but fought against sexism himself, hence he would never have condoned such a sexist and repressive order against women in his church had he been there in person. For despite that none of his disciples were women, it's only a woman that could boast of annointing Jesus for his burial, and a woman that he first appeared to after ressurection.
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 5:53pm On Oct 26, 2018
And it was that woman also one of his disciples, who he first appeared to that he sent to speak to his eleven disciples(men), and the others with whom he founded the church, and inform them about his ressurection which was a very strategic task in that respect. So if Jesus would deliberately send a woman disciple to deliver such an unprecendented message to his church in that respect, then how would he tolerate such a saying in his own church that would instruct women to keep silent and not to speak in it, even though it came from a true apostle of his? I would sense a similar reaction to that when his disciples would chase away the little children from him, for he felt very sad and stopped the disciples from doing such a thing to the little children, so i expect that he would have done the same to Paul and such a saying of his.
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 6:47pm On Oct 26, 2018
enilove:


Was Moses the maker of the law?

Right from the old testament God hates divorce . The reason being that it breads lack of love , perseverance and encourages adultery on the part of the man and the woman.
The reason i'm responding to this post is because it has some valid questions and valid points, and it's not just someone that seeks to argue for the fun of it. Now first and foremost the way you take the Bible is not the same way i take it, for my standard and that i believe ought to be the standard of the church are the teachings of Jesus, every other word, precept, law etc, ought to first comply with it before i consider it observable at my level of the spirit. And i've crosschecked this with the opinion of Jesus and also the church that he founded and seen that both agree with it. For that church wasn't built upon what you call the Bible or even the writings of Paul but upon the words of Jesus, and yet it's widely viewed as the best church ever. agree?
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 7:28pm On Oct 26, 2018
enilove:

Was Moses the maker of the law?
Right from the old testament God hates divorce
If you agree with that notion that it was the best ever church and the model church for those of later generations, then why try to fix it? Why try to change somethings in it? For this church was standard without such writings of Paul for he was yet named Saul at the time and not converted yet, and he was even a beneficiary of that standard, as i believe it's the quality of those who made up that church like Stephen that played essential roles in his conversion. And yet they didn't have the Bible which you call the word of God that comprises of the law, the Prophets, the epistles, the gospels etc., in one pack but just Jesus words. So it meant that such other words as Paul's were unnecessary and perhaps disruptive as the church's only gone downhill from there since they came in. So don't blame me for that's the church i belong to and we don't need the writings of Paul to be complete.
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 8:12pm On Oct 26, 2018
enilove:


Which among the twelve disciples of Jesus was a woman ?

Is that not injustice against women also ?
This is a very valid question you asked here. And to be honest with you i don't have a certain answer to why Jesus had no women in his first twelves as i can only assume that it was strategic, just as it was that a woman annointed him for his burial and also first met with him after his ressurection and not one of his twelve or eleven disciples who were all men. But one thing i'm absolutely sure about is that it wasn't an act of injustice or sexism because of his track record, as Jesus had shown himself beyond any reasonable doubt to be against any form of injustice or oppression, so i have to trust his judgment that it was done in fairness. For although women weren't among his first eleven, he also had prominent disciples that were women such as Martha and Mary who he was said to have been loved by Jesus, with their brother Lazarus.
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by jesusjnr(m): 9:43pm On Oct 26, 2018
enilove:


You made a valid point about those divorced women being allowed to remarry but i believe that you'll agree with me that it still favored the men. Now the point about that saying of Paul is not if i feel it's unfair or not, but if it was a mistake or not and inspired of God? For you are able to easily adjudge my comments as faulty or incorrect, so why is so hard for you to do the same about that very saying? Or is it because my word is included in the Bible? And concerning God's pronouncement on the woman because of her role in man's fall in the beginning, you should know that that was one of the things that Jesus came to reverse on Earth, which explains his words and actions in that respect, especially with his death.
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by solite3(m): 8:34am On Oct 27, 2018
jesusjnr:
I very well know that i'm saying this concerning an apostle of christ who is highly respected by many in today's church, especially because of his teachings which is widely seen as the rulebook governing the church, and to some extent even more than the teachings of Jesus who himself founded the church. So i'm not oblivious to the fact that i am moving against the tide here, speaking of the mistakes of someone who many of the church view as faultless and consequently that his teachings were all inspired by the Holy Spirit, without a single mistake. But perhaps i can take solace in the fact the Lord deemed it needful to put "a thorn in his flesh" at some point etc., to prove that though Paul was truly his apostle, that he wasn't perfect and could also make mistakes, including in his teachings.} So thank God for Apostle Paul, that the Lord is not like men who're not able to detect such imperfections and faults in such ones, but would praise them to their own destruction and downfall. Thank God also that so am i!
trying to pitch the teachings of Paul against Jesus, all to no avail.

Paul recorded that his teachings are a revelation from Jesus Christ and anyone who would preach any other thing should be accursed.

Galatians 1:6 I marvel that ye are so soon removed from him that called you into the grace of Christ unto another gospel:

1:7 Which is not another; but there be some that trouble you, and would pervert the gospel of Christ.

1:8 But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed.

1:9 As we said before, so say I now again, If any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed.

1:10 For do I now persuade men, or God? or do I seek to please men? for if I yet pleased men, I should not be the servant of Christ.

1:11 But I certify you, brethren, that the gospel which was preached of me is not after man.

1:12 For I neither received it of man, neither was I taught it, but by the revelation of Jesus Christ.


it then follows that Paul's teachings are from Jesus Christ himself and hence has same authority as that of christ.


Jesus did not reveal everything while on earth

John 16:12 I have yet many things to say unto you, but ye cannot bear them now.

16:13 Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth: for he shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak: and he will shew you things to come.

16:14 He shall glorify me: for he shall receive of mine, and shall shew it unto you.

16:15 All things that the Father hath are mine: therefore said I, that he shall take of mine, and shall shew it unto you.

16:16 A little while, and ye shall not see me: and again, a little while, and ye shall see me, because I go to the Father.


The holy Spirit was meant to teach the disciples all things including those things that Christ didn't teach but the All things that The Holy Spirit will teach shall be of Christ which also receive it from the father,
To this end Paul was called to reveal those mysteries which were hid afore times which christ didn't reveal when he was on earth.]

Ephesians 3:2 If ye have heard of the dispensation of the grace of God which is given me to you-ward:

3:3 How that by revelation he made known unto me the mystery; (as I wrote afore in few words,

3:4 Whereby, when ye read, ye may understand my knowledge in the mystery of Christ)

3:5 Which in other ages was not made known unto the sons of men, as it is now revealed unto his holy apostles and prophets by the Spirit;

3:7 Whereof I was made a minister, according to the gift of
the grace of God given unto me by the effectual working of his power.


Satan lies are always subtle to oppose everything that pertains to God especially in this troubled times we are living in.
His question to eve appeared harmless but lead her even to a greater error.
Satan knows that by attacking the teachings of Paul and of the apostles he would be attacking the very foundations of Christianity hence he has mandated his servants to do just that.
@ bolded, that was a complete lie, God didn't send a thorn to Paul because Paul made an error or because Paul would make an error but because of others who would elevate the person of Paul above his message.

2 Corinthians 12:7 And lest I should be exalted above measure through the abundance of the revelations, there was given to me a thorn in the flesh, the messenger of Satan to buffet me, lest I should be exalted above measure.


no matter the mighty things God used Paul to do the credits must go to God not Paul hence God allowed the thorn so that he wouldn't be exalted.



1 Corinthians 3:5 Who then is Paul, and who is Apollos, but ministers by whom ye believed, even as the Lord gave to every man?

3:6 I have planted, Apollos watered; but God gave the increase.

3:7 So then neither is he that planteth any thing, neither he that watereth; but God that giveth the increase.

3:8 Now he that planteth and he that watereth are one: and every man shall receive his own reward according to his own labour.

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Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by solite3(m): 8:47am On Oct 27, 2018
jesusjnr:
I gonna kick things off with this saying of his concerning women, for Paul said: "Let your women
keep silence in the
churches: for it is not
permitted unto them
to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience,
as also saith the law.
1Corin 14:34.(KJV). This writing of his is one of the most glaring mistakes that he made that even the staunchest of his fans would agree that this saying was never inspired by the Spirit Of God, but purely a product of his flesh, as this is arguably one of the most sexist saying that one could ever come across in the whole of the Bible. For it's not that she shouldn't be allowed to lead a church, for that'd be even less severe even though yet erroneous, but this is that she shouldn't even speak in the church. The pharisees were seen to be very sexist figures as they'd bring a woman to Jesus with the allegation that she was caught in the very act of adultery, and it beggars the question, if it's possible for one to be caught alone in the very act of adultery?


1 Corinthians 14:34 Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience, as also saith the law.
14:37 If any man think himself to be a prophet, or spiritual, let him acknowledge that the things that I write unto you are the commandments of the Lord.
Re: The Many Mistakes Of Apostle Paul's Teachings: Mistake No. 7 Correction by solite3(m): 9:06am On Oct 27, 2018
jesusjnr:
And so despite that many of the church claim that all of Paul's writings were inspired of God and without any single mistake, it's almost a mission impossible to try and find any church which keeps this particular saying of Paul concerning women. So if it's truly inspired of God as they claim it to be, and not a mistake that emanated from the flesh, then they should tell us why they have refused to keep it? God has shown overtime that he had absolutely nothing to do with that saying of Paul concerning women, as he has used several women mightily in the past not just to speak in the churches but also to lead churches. And one excellent example of such is a woman called Kathryn Kulman who he used to rare degree to show his mighty works, that it'd be difficult to mention the name of several men in the same breath as hers in recent history with respect to the extent to which God used her to show his works, that she became a huge inspiration to many men in the church, inclusive of church leaders such as Benny Hinn


1 Timothy 6:3 If any man teach otherwise, and consent not to wholesome words, even the words of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to the doctrine which is according to godliness;

6:4 He is proud, knowing nothing, but doting about questions and strifes of words, whereof cometh envy, strife, railings, evil surmisings,


what Paul taught is 100% from God if any man refuse it is because they have itchy ears running after fables and men's doctrines and philosophy.


2 Timothy 4:3 For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears;

4:4 And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.

1 Timothy 1:4 Neither give heed to fables and endless genealogies, which minister questions, rather than godly edifying which is in faith: so do.

1:5 Now the end of the commandment is charity out of a pure heart, and of a good conscience, and of faith unfeigned:

1:6 From which some having swerved have turned aside unto vain jangling;

1:7 Desiring to be teachers of the law; understanding neither what they say, nor whereof they affirm.

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