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Was Paul Legit?

There are some preachers of Christ who avidly denounce the apostle Paul as a false teacher. There are others, who, though not so blatantly opposed, don’t recognize the revelation and testimony of Jesus Christ through Paul or any of the Lord’s servants as God speaking. They’re all wrong and you’ll see how in this section, by God’s grace.

False Teacher – Douglas Del Tondo

The author of Jesus Words Only, Douglas Del Tondo, is another pretentious fool who exposes his spiritual nakedness while trying to depict the apostle Paul as opposed to the Lord Jesus Christ.

False Teacher – Scott Nelson: Pitting Paul Against Jesus

The Exposure of Scott Nelson and His anti-Messianic Doctrine.

The “Nazarean Way”: Not Jesus of Nazareth’s Way

Those who contend against Paul contend against the Lord Jesus Christ. While they do so in His Name, trying to justify themselves with strained arguments from the Scriptures, the Word of God readily refutes them.

Problems with Paul and Just Give Me the Truth

In this writing, we’ll answer the “Problems with Paul” and “Just Give Me the Truth” websites, both of which declare the apostle Paul was a deceiver, even Satan in the flesh and an anti-Christ. These people are in great delusion, coming against the Lord Jesus Christ in all arrogance and ungodliness.

Questioning Paul, the Bible, and the Lord Jesus Christ

Doubt begets doubt. Unbelief is born of darkness, ending in death and hell. With the apostle Paul, the Lord Jesus Christ gave a light for all to see Who He is, and to be delivered from the power of darkness.

“Voice of Jesus” Website: “Was Paul a Liar?”

To the man who, based on his own corrupt thoughts, faults Paul the apostle, Paul’s words apply:

“To the pure, all things are pure, but to the defiled and unbelieving, nothing is pure; but both their minds and their consciences are defiled. They profess to know God, but they deny him by their works. They are detestable, disobedient, unfit for any good work” (Titus 1:15-16 ESV).

The Word of God

In this paper you’ll hear about the meanings and manifestations of “the Word of God,” centered on Jesus Christ, His testimony and work of salvation in and through man. You will also hear about the erring, “Jesus’ Words Only” doctrine, which denies Him and His work.

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