<quoted text>as far as the word "enlightened" is concerned, the Bble doesnt teach that, nor infer that.
I never said it did. I'm asking for a personal opinion by the forum posters. And for some reason, everyone continues to divert from it.
You are the first one to actually take some time to try to respond in that way.
No - pointing out details that seem to be skewed with the followers of Christianity.<quoted text>so you are just blowing smoke with that word.
Won't that make us all INSPIRED BY "GOD" - thus we also have the ability to write a gospel.<quoted text>but we are assurred that what Jesus did, we also can do even more "works" than He did. right?John 14:12
Unless you truly don't believe that we are inspired.
Yes - and how does that differ than my use of the word?<quoted text>
tr.v. en·light·ened, en·light·en·ing, en·light·ens
. To give information to; inform or instruct.
- I've asked why do people think "Paul" was more "informed" than Jesus?
That isn't what I've asked. Why are you diverting from answering the question?<quoted text>So with the help of the Lord and according to this description of the word "enlightened", Paul did "enlighten" many more souls than Jesus did, and over many more years also.
No I don't. But I do claim to be more informed than most on this forum. There is a different.<quoted text>truthfully, you think that you are so much more intelligent than others on this forum but truth be told,, some day, you also will fall into that ditch that gif just posted about
In fact, I'm trying to help inform others of this good news, but it seems, that others, just don't want to be bothered with it, huh?
People may believe as they wish, but like I've said, I'll call them out on their belief if it isn't based in facts.....like your religion's belief that "Paul" was more enlightened than Jesus, when it is plainly obvious that is not the case.