Is that all that you could spell and say?<quoted text>
You need to get Tu Quoque out of your mind, Buford. That will never help you.
Was this fellow Paul like Joshua or Isaiah or Jeremiah or Ezekiel and many others?
The man was neither a prophet nor ever had met Jesus. He did not even sit in the company of Jesus for a second.
So, in terms of Scripture, Paul was a nobody!
Was Luke a disciple of Jesus? Did he sit for ten seconds in the company of Jesus or his disciples?
Obviously, the answer is a NO!
And what is Paul's contribution? A dozen or so letters that he wrote to a few people? What right do you have to call those letters, scripture?
Same goes for the gospels! Was Mark a disciple of Jesus? No! Right? The man just collected tales and wrote his hadith book. He was the Ibne Ishaq of his time. Was that book endorsed by Jesus? Was it left by Jesus?
I have already told you that Injeel means the wisdom and knowledge granted by God to one of the most obedient slaves of God, namely Jesus.
The New Testament cannot be called a scripture. Period. Now, you know why I cannot call the NT a scripture.
Muhammad recited Qur'aan. What did Jesus recite or what did he exacly reveal? Nothing!
Jesus was just a teacher and he came to reform Judaism. That is why some of the Jews considered him a Rabbi.
Question: Did Jesus ever talk to his disciples about Paul?