Dave, let's see if your premise stands.<quoted text>
*Paul's books not "scripture" until 350, not accepted? Non-biblical false assertions. Have to go outside scripture to find such nonsense.
*People strictly basing their theology on Paul, largely main line prot denominations, do so out of misunderstandings and twisting of what he said. Much like you do.
*Will you repent of blaspheming a Spirit-filled servant of God? Or have you gone too far into falsehood?
1. BCV, who said Paul is an apostle? You cannot find any 'Scriptural support' for this other than his account. None of the twelve said he was an apostle. Jesus affirms the twelve again in Revelation - forgetting to add Paul? Even Luke never said Paul was an apostle. Where is your 'Scriptural' evidence besides Paul? If Paul alone testified to his apostleship - by the standards Jesus gave - Paul is a liar..
2. I'm not twisting anything Paul said. He's the one who hardly ever said the same thing twice. "What matters most is keeping the commandments of God" (I Cor. 7:19) to "All things are lawful, but not all things are expedient." Which is it? What God said is the Law, or all things are lawful?
3. I cannot repent of the truth, but you need to repent of following liars who pretended to speak for God.