Category: Paul of Tarsus

  • Muslim Passion for The Christ

    Muslim Passion for The Christ

    Like everyone else, I was warned about the blood and violence, and braced for it. But the bit about the English subscripts must have slipped my mind. One unexpected thing I got out of watching “The Passion of the Christ” is its affirmation that Jesus never uttered the word “God”. Instead, he called upon the […]

  • Epimenides Paradox: Was Paul “Inspired”?

    Introduction In a study of logic, there is something which we call “undecidable propositions” or “meaningless sentences”, which are statements that cannot be determined because there is no contextual false. One of the classic examples cited is the Epiminedes’ paradox. Saul Kripke says: Ever since Pilate asked, “What is truth?” (John XVIII, 38), the subsequent […]

  • Paul in Islam: The False Apostle From Tarsus

    Paul in Islam: The False Apostle From Tarsus

    The purpose of this brief article is to show that Paul, the self-acclaimed “apostle” whom the Christians follow, has no place in Islam at all. Muslims believe that between the time periods of the Prophet Jesus(P) and the Prophet Muhammad(P), no Messenger of God had come between them, whether to the Gentiles or the Jews. […]

  • The Problem of Paul

    Hyam Maccoby Excerpts from The Mythmaker: Paul and The Invention of Christianity Chapter 1: The Problem of Paul At the beginning of Christianity stand two figures: Jesus and Paul. Jesus is regarded by Christians as the founder of their religion, in that the events of his life comprise the foundation story of Christianity; but Paul […]

  • The Problem of Paul Regarding Esau

    There is an interesting observation made by a pro-Torah Christian and he has issued a “challenge” to Pauline Christians regarding Paul’s (mis)understanding of the nature of Esau in the eyes of God. The issue is what Paul had written in his epistle to the Romans, as follows: “For the children not yet being born, nor […]

  • Paul of Tarsus: The Clear-Cut Hypocrite

    We read the following teachings of the so-called “apostle” from Tarsus, Paul, written in his epistles as follows: If possible, so far as it depends on you, be at peace with all men. Never take your own revenge, beloved, but leave room for the wrath of God, for it is written, “Vengeance is Mine, I […]

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