I don't reckon G has ever read that, or if he has, he never mentioned it.This is very interesting reading..
Another false idea is that Pauls Gospel was different from that preached by the other Apostles. This view claims Paul preached a different Gospel because he refers to his message as my gospel(see Romans 2:16 and 2 Timothy 2:8) and in Galatians 1:11-12 he stresses he did not receive it from man but by divine revelation.
Another wrong view teaches that the other Apostles preached a partly legalistic version of the Gospel in the early period from the Day of Pentecost up until the time recorded in Acts Chapter 15. This latter view claims because Peter mentioned repentance as an accompaniment of receiving salvation through Christ in Acts 2:38-39 and 3:19-20 that this was a different Gospel from the one Paul later preached.
Such claims are misleading. Acts 15:1-34, Galatians 2:1-10 and 1 Corinthians 15:1-11 show Paul and the other Apostles agreed they all preached the same Gospel. 2 Peter 3:15-16 reveals the Apostle Peter totally approved of what Paul preached and wrote in Pauls Biblical letters. The Apostle Paul also preached repentance as a part of the Gospel of grace in Christ Jesus (see Acts 17:30, 20:21, 26:15-20 and Romans 2:4).
SO ALL the Disciples Preached Pauls message AFTER Paul revealed the Grace Message to them..
I've always stated that faith and repentance go hand in hand, and that repentance was more than a changing of the way we behave. It is a changing of the mind or the way of thinking.
Also, I've read peoples' posts where they talk about their faith and about how much faith they have. But very few talk about the source of their faith. The faith that I have certainly doesn't come from within me, it comes from above. The new birth that I experienced also didn't come from myself or anything that I have done. It all comes from God who is above all things.
Have you ever heard of Mark Kielar or Cross TV?