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In Galatians, Paul records he 'Withstood Peter to his face, because he was to be blamed.' Does this sounds like a historical account?

 
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In Galatians, Paul records he 'Withstood Peter to his face, because he was to be blamed.' Does this sounds like a historical account?
Or, does it sound like a cult leader fictitiously trying to up his clout and authority in the new Church movement?

1 & 2 Peter are widely regarded as forgeries among Bible scholars..where Peter endorsed Paul, and his writings as Scripture.

I think if these two ever did meet in person..they wouldn't have gotten along at all.

What do you think?
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Re: In Galatians, Paul records he 'Withstood Peter to his face, because he was to be blamed.' Does this sounds like a historical account?
think the world will never know the full truth. Critical thinking has gone by the wayside for most.
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Re: In Galatians, Paul records he 'Withstood Peter to his face, because he was to be blamed.' Does this sounds like a historical account?
I never took a peter to the face...but I'll bet obama has.
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Re: In Galatians, Paul records he 'Withstood Peter to his face, because he was to be blamed.' Does this sounds like a historical account?
I never took a peter to the face...but I'll bet obama has.
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Re: In Galatians, Paul records he 'Withstood Peter to his face, because he was to be blamed.' Does this sounds like a historical account?
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Re: In Galatians, Paul records he 'Withstood Peter to his face, because he was to be blamed.' Does this sounds like a historical account?
why does john gospel end with peter as jonah? jonah sails from joppa for tarshish. the conversion saul ends by him going to tarsus and immediately following are 3 stories about peter in joppa. both tarshish and tarsus are west of joppa. paul went west. peter went east. jonah was supposed to go east. the only two OT guys we see in boats are noah and jonah, almost the same spelling. there is definitely something under the surface of the bible, but it does not matter whether the book itself is true or false. its messages are encoded somehow. it changes you, reconfigures your perception. it is an occult work, and like all living texts, you can lose your mind if you go in too deep for too long.
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Re: In Galatians, Paul records he 'Withstood Peter to his face, because he was to be blamed.' Does this sounds like a historical account?
What do you think?
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I think you should do exactly what the scriptures say you should do:


"Wherefore I beseech you, be ye followers of me." 1 Cor 4:16

"Brethren, be followers together of me, and mark them which walk so as ye have us for an ensample." Philippians 3:17


"Be ye followers of me, even as I also am of Christ." 1 Cor 11:1
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Re: In Galatians, Paul records he 'Withstood Peter to his face, because he was to be blamed.' Does this sounds like a historical account?
Or, does it sound like a cult leader fictitiously trying to up his clout and authority in the new Church movement?

1 & 2 Peter are widely regarded as forgeries among Bible scholars..where Peter endorsed Paul, and his writings as Scripture.

I think if these two ever did meet in person..they wouldn't have gotten along at all.

What do you think?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80385585

Peter's epistles are forgeries?

Hogwash.

1 Peter was clearly written to Paul's churches - which means that Paul had died beforehand.

Paul had spoken about going to Spain. Why didn't Jesus and the Father let him, instead of allowing him to be beheaded in Rome?

I believe Paul was being influenced by Plato's trinity.

"How Plato Influenced Our View of God"

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