By Greg Robbins ( e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org )
Why are there so many chapters in this book? Because it takes all those chapters to cover all of the differences in the doctrine of Jesus and the doctrine of Paul. Most people think that Paul and Jesus taught the same thing. I used to think that way when my spiritual eyes were still blinded.
Most people also think that there are no contradictions in the Bible. That cannot be further from the truth. There are HUGE and GREAT IN NUMBER contradictions.
It boils down to there being two different groups in the Bible. You have Romans through Hebrews in one group, and the entire remainder of the Bible in the other group. You could also say that you have Paul in one group, and all other Bible writers plus Jesus Christ in the other group.
Then you have all the numerous and frequent times that Paul contradicts himself. Paul is not capable to even agree with his own writings. Am I wrong? Am I deceived? Am I lying? Read all the chapters in this book and the contradictions will be dealt with one by one in depth and detail.
Remember that in Proverbs it tells us that, “He that answers a matter before he hears it, it is folly and shame unto him.” (Proverbs 18:13).