Now all the evidences with our Friend Shielaa the Great has provided on exchanges between Paul and jesus and Paul and other disciples is provided by Luke.
A Single Witness? And the one who did not witness or saw Jesus appearing to Paul and Paul discussing with Other Disciples!!
Is that enough? How can a religion stand on the words of a single "Non Prophetic" witness?
A:We also have the words of Jesus noted in Acts who stated to Ananias "..this man is my chosen instrument to carry my name before the Gentiles and their kings...Acts 9:15. You on the other hand have provided nothing. How was Paul able to perform miracles as noted in Acts 14:8-10 and Acts19:12 if he did not have the support and commission from God. Luke was an eyewitness and companion of Pau
Now look at it, how much noise these people make about Islam that
"How can we take the words of a single person"?
A:There is no one who can substantiate the claims and ramblings of the false prophet. There is no external witness who saw the angel Gabriel and he performed no miracles. Could Mohammad perform any miracles?No. Even some of his own scribes left due to their disbelief in what he was saying. Needless to say he had them killed. God never changes his word and yet he did in the koran. How could he get it so wrong being all knowing?
Separation between Paul and Barnabas:
Shielaa the Great says " This dissension between Paul and Barnabas was not over a doctrinal issue. The rupture involved a personal dispute based upon a judgment call. To their credit, neither Paul nor Barnabas let the conflict distract them from their respective efforts of spreading the gospel." Totally false. The issue was over a religious matter, Luke "Sugar Quoted to look like a trivial difference".
A: The issue was to do with letting John Mark come back into the teaching ministry as he had already quit on one occasion. What was the doctrinal matter that you are referring to?. Please illuminate it for all of us
Later days we find Paul with John Mark, but we NEVER see Paul and Barnabas together.
What is your point? After the split with Paul, Barnabas is mentioned five times in Scripture, all by Paul. Four references are positive, and the only negative words allude to an incident that happened before the split. We have no record of Barnabas ever criticizing Paul and his ministry.