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Jesus' Words Only - Or Was Paul the Apostle Jesus Condemns in Revelation 2:2?

by:
Douglas J. Tondo (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-2965-9 ©2006
Price: $24.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 516 pages
Category/Subject: RELIGION / Christianity / Canon & Ecclesiastical Law

Jesus' Words Only or Was Paul the Apostle Jesus Condemned in Rev. 2:2? Why Jesus' words are the only inspired portion of the New Testament and Paul was a false apostle.

Abstract:
An attorney argues the inspired New Testament consists of Jesus' words only. Paul's status is questioned. First, Paul never made a valid prophecy. Second, Paul must be rejected under Deut. 13:5 because he taught the Law of Moses was nullified. Lastly, Jesus most likely intended we understand Paul was the person in Rev. 2:2 whom the Ephesians put on trial and proved was a false apostle. This Ephesus trial is alluded to in Acts ch. 19. Paul refers to it several times as well.

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  Eye opener , 11/22/2008
Reviewer: John Parton
After years of struggling with what appeared to me to be conflicts in the New Testament with statements of Paul and the teachings of James and the other writers including the teachings of Yeshua in the gospel accounts, my eyes were opened with a greater understanding of canonicity. My background and training had always taught me that all the books of the New Testament were inspired and were not to be questioned. The Author sheds great light on the subject of canonicity and this answers the questions that had always bothered me.

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