Category Archives: Apostle Paul

Was Paul a Disciple of Jesus?

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Answering Questions about Acts 21:17-26

Muslims bring up this passage all the time, because James and the Jerusalem Church wanted Paul to be a good witness to the Jewish disciples and the unbelieving Jews, and the apostle Paul participating in Jewish temple sacrifices (the Nazarite … Continue reading

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James D. G. Dunn: “Should we deduce that Paul departed from or corrupted the good news which Jesus brought? No!”

David Wood’s argumentation demolished Shabir Ally’s use of western liberal scholarship and skepticism over the apostle Paul, and Luke’s The Acts of the Apostles. All of the recent  6 debates between David Wood and Shabir Ally (Sept. 28-29 and Oct. 5-6, … Continue reading

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“The Church wrote the Bible” claim of Roman Catholicism

John R. W. Stott: “The Roman Catholics teach that, since the Bible authors were churchmen, the church wrote the Bible. Therefore the church is over the Bible and has authority to interpret it, but also to supplement it. But it … Continue reading

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Does the teaching of Jesus differ from the apostle Paul?

Does the teaching of Jesus differ from the apostle Paul? Paul Williams, a British Muslim, who loves to use liberal theologians and skeptics in his argumentation; and Dr. Bart Ehrman, the famous apostate and agnostic textual critic, claim that Jesus’ … Continue reading

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Paul B. Williams’ favorite scholar affirms the apostle Paul and 1 Corinthians 15:1-9

Muslims like to cast doubt on the apostle Paul and his writings; and they like to use liberal scholarship. Paul Bilal Williams likes to use James D. G. Dunn a lot in his polemics against the New Testament and against … Continue reading

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Refuting Paul William’s take on “but some doubted” in Matthew 28:17

Paul Bilal Williams, in a tweet to Nabil Qureshi, asks about Matthew 28:17, “but some doubted”.   Interesting that he left out the part about the disciples “worshiping Jesus”.  Indeed.  The Greek construction seems to point to the 11 worshiping Jesus, … Continue reading

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