Your ability to keep a discussion cordial is astounding! Is the leadership you're offering?I'm sorry. If you had posted something that was helpful to the world and I missed it, please repost.
FYI - I have read some of your posts, but preaching non-stop quotes is something I prefer to skip over. If I wanted to re-read the Bible again and again or compare it with every so-called interpretation made by internet posters of the text, I will - on my own time, and not because someone on the internet thinks a certain cherry-picked passage has merit all by itself.
I'm not associated with any denomination of Christendom. My religion is Mashiyachiym.In fact I've chosen not to read it anymore, butonly use it as a reference to show so-called "Christians" where they have failed at understanding the texts they present.
Then, you don't realize the intended differences of all that's written in regards to the new covenant texts. I thought I already explained that Paul's letters was, specifically, to explain and expound on the teachings of Yahowshua to a Church that received new converts every day.I just find it hard to give "Paul" superior creedance over Jesus. It would show that I think "Paul" was more enlightened than Jesus, and since I don't, I find this to be completely ludicrous.
It's unfortunate that you'll only accept teachings that are penned by Yahowshua himself.Ludicrous in the manner, that 14 books by "Paul" in the NT (unconfirmed), and not one by Jesus, showing "Paul" is revered as AWESOME.
I agree. And that's one of my main reasons for visiting Topix-- to reveal to people that Paul, actually, didn't contradict Yahowshua.He shouldn't be, but is through the eyes of men. "Paul" preached what Jesus taught, but unfortunately men have decided to believe he taught something totally different.
Again, I agree. But, I thought it common knowledge that if any person shares the lessons that they've been taught, that it's not the person sharing the lessons that's exalted overall, but the person from which the lessons derive.This is the perception that men had put forth, which has proved to be a false doctrine and dogma.
You're welcome.Thanks for responding.