The stated fact of Paul's going away dinner being used to preach long into the night isn't proof the Sabbath was changed to Sunday - it can't be any more authority over Gods revelation than when Paul said the Law was given as a curse to Isreal by those who are no God, but beggarly elements (angels).<quoted text>
Yeah, the accounts in Acts and 1 Corinthians aren't scriptural support are they? The church was gathering on Sunday and Jesus never said anything was wrong with that either.
It was common practice for early Christians, as well as those who were converted Jews to share a meal at the end of Sabbath. Even Paul kept the appointments with God at Jerusalem. The evidence is in Acts. So is the fact that Peter was sent to the Gentiles - rather than Paul's account that Paul was given this ministry. After II Timothy, evidence is sealed that Paul was rejected by ALL Christians in Asia.(II Tim. 4)
Luke was a rarity of early Church history. So Luke records both sides of the conflicting accounts. If we believe what God has said long beforehand through Moses and the Spirit, we would know to prove Paul either true or false. We have much more evidence on Paul than the Bereans had - one sermon VS 13 books placed in the NT by RCC.
Either Paul was true, or Paul did just as Jesus accused the false claim to apostlehood in Rev. 2,3.
I used to place great value on Paul, but thank God I discovered the true testimony about Paul from Jesus Christ.
No need to read the book, "Jesus' Words Only", as there are a number of talks on YouTube now. There is no escaping the truth about the lies of Paul.
Just reading all the accounts of his conversion on the road shows Paul was incapable to tell the truth on Himself. Every one else in Asia was able to judge Paul a lair - according to Revelation - that he did do exactly what was undeniable.
It's like Paul was the Christian Obama. He's the only one who cannot face the fact that he lied. He goes from bad to worse.