#ExposingPaulPartFive

Luke was homies with Paul. Yes. The same (Luke) writer of the gospel according to Luke. (nobody knows Luke’s real name. “Luke” was the name given to his literature by the Roman Catholic church). Luke followed Paul around with a quill, ink and a scroll in his hands. He wrote down everything Paul told him. So, the things about Paul that you read in the book of Acts, were told to Luke by Paul. And Luke is praised by Bible scholars as being a master journalist who took excellent notes. Luke took notes from Peter too. Luke took notes to write the gospel according to Luke. Luke was a note taking s.o.b. Luke was busy. He didn’t have time to go back and double-check what you said, or show you where you contradicted yourself. Luke didn’t have time to go over his notes with a fine tooth comb and show you how you incriminated yourself. He was busy journaling what other people were doing too. Not just you. So if you contradicted yourself, oh well. If you incriminated yourself, oh well. Luke wrote what you said and kept it moving. He didn’t go back over his work and make corrections. He wrote what you said; he waited a few minutes for the ink to dry, then he rolled it up and stuck it in his sack. If you lied, your lies are now a part of recorded history. Paul described his conversion to Luke on the road to Damascus three times. And all three are different.

In the Paul’s first testimony, he told Luke that the men who were with him (1) STOOD while he fell to the ground (2) the men with him HEARD a voice (3) but they SAW no one.

In Paul’s second testimony to Luke he said (1) the men that were with him SAW a light (2) but they HEARD nothing (3) and the detail about him being the only one who fell to the ground and the men with him standing remained the same.

In Paul’s third testimony to Luke, Paul said (1) ALL OF THEM FELL TO THE GROUND (2) and the detail about him being the only one that heard a voice remained the same as his second testimony.

So, which is it Paul? Were they standing, and did only YOU fall to the ground? Or did all of you fall to the ground? Did they fall to the ground with you because they saw the light too?

Paul, you said you have seen the son of God face to face.

“Am I am not an apostle? am I not free? have I not seen Jesus Christ our Lord? are not ye my work in the Lord?” 1 Corinthians 9:1
“And last of all he was seen of me also, as of one born out of due time.” 1 Corinthians 15:8

Paul. ^^^You said you have seen the son of David face to face. But according to your three testimonies, all you saw was a light. And in Acts 22:9, you said “And they that were with me saw indeed the light.” <— Does this mean they’re apostles too? Since they saw the same light you said was the crucified son of God? Did they see the light or not? Did they hear a voice or not? Did they fall to the ground with you or not?

Luke dipped his quill in ink and wrote what Paul said. After giving it a few minutes to dry, he rolled it up and stuck it in his sack. Luke didn’t have time to proofread and fix any errors in Paul’s story. Paul wasn’t the only person Luke was taking notes from. The entire book of Luke is compiled from the notes he took from those who knew the son of David. Luke was a busy man.

In a court of law, when you change your story, you are not taken seriously as a credible witness. If your testimony is really fucked up, the judge will strike your testimony from the record. And if it’s really fucked up, you can be charged with perjury.

There’s an old saying: “You lie so damn much, you can’t keep up with your lies!”

When it comes to Paul’s doublespeak and inconsistencies, we haven’t even begun to scratch the surface. Read these verses and see for yourself in your OWN BIBLE. Don’t take my word for it. Prove these things for yourself. You OWE it to yourself to know the truth about Paul. These examples are not arguing against Paul’s doctrines; those are STILL TO COME. These examples are only solidifying the fact that apostle Paul was a known liar:

2:1 Unto the angel of the church of [EPHESUS] write; These things saith [the risen son of God] I know thy works, and thy labour, and thy patience, [AND HOW THOU CANST NOT BEAR THEM WHICH ARE EVIL: AND THOU HAS TRIED THEM WHICH SAY THEY ARE APOSTLES, AND ARE NOT, AND HAST FOUND THEM LIARS.]” Revelation 2:1,2

“Makabi? Why are you doing this exposé on Paul?”

I have ten books exposing Paul as a false apostle and a liar, but I’m reading four at the same time right now. In one of the books I’m reading (by Douglas J. Del Tondo), the author says Paul’s epistles were canonized (added to the Bible) by the Roman Catholic church without any explanation whatsoever. Without rhyme or reason. Paul’s books are NOT the inspired word of God. Paul said it himself:

[But I speak this] by permission, and not of commandment. 1 Corinthians 7:6
[But to the rest speak I, not the Lord]: If any brother hath a wife that believeth not, and she be pleased to dwell with him, let him not put her away. 1 Corinthians 7:12
Now concerning virgins [I have no commandment of the Lord: yet I give my judgment], as one that hath obtained mercy of the Lord to be faithful. 1 Corinthians 7:25

More than once Paul said out of his own mouth that he was speaking his OWN words and not the words of The Most High nor the words of the crucified Lord. And it’s my belief that the Roman Catholic church added Paul’s books because Paul’s doctrine nullifies Torah and introduces his GRACE doctrine. And they knew that if we, the true Hebrews could be deceived into believing our Torah has been rendered invalid, and that we now have Paul’s “God-inspired” Grace to cover our never-ending, obsessive/compulsive hunger for sin, we would remain under this curse indefinitely. And because of this, I will continue to disprove and debunk Paul and the New Testament.

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