Pauline Conspiracy

A. Victor Garaffa

Saul of Tarsus, better known as Saint Paul, has sometimes been a controversial figure in Christianity. The Gospels by themselves would feature as important wisdom literature, but Paul’s Epistles demonstrate the building of the real theology of Christianity. Although some dislike the apparent cultural inflections in the Epistles, without the theology of Saul of Tarsus there is no Christian Doctrine.

The Pauline Conspiracy concerns the accusation that Saul of Tarsus did not simply usurp the embryonic Jersusalem Church under Jesus’s brother James, but that he also corrupted the entire original message of Christianity:

1 – origin

2 – destination

3 – the letters

4 – 1 thessalonians

5 – 1 corinthians

6 – galatians

7 – james

8 – 2 corinthians

9 – romans

10 – colossians

11 – philippians

12 – ephesians




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