No one lied about anything. Jesus told Ananias to go to where St. Paul was. Jesus told St. Paul he would be told what to do. Ananias told St. PAul to rise and be baptized and wash away your sins.<quoted text>I dont have a problem with Paul being Baptised. All of us should be baptised after we accept Jesus as our Lord, as Paul did on that road to Damascus.
the bottom line is that I refuse to allow people to lie about what Jesus said or didnt say and He never told Ananias to Baptise Paul, which is why you couldnt prove it.
The only possible reason for you to make your silly argument about Ananias not being told to baptize St. Paul is because Ananias added the words "wash away your sins". You are stuck. You have only two choices, accept the Catholic teaching that baptism washes away sin, or make up some absurd story that Ananias didn't know what he was doing.
Like the embryo thing, you just make it up as you go along, and you do it because you can't bring yourself to accept that the Catholic Church is right.