Galatians chapter 4 is about how Paul using the law as a straw man for rejecting what God spoke to Abraham in order to deceive gentile Christians with promises that are not theirs.
Paul taught we can’t earn our salvation but by grace through faith (Eph 2:8-9), while Jesus taught we must be worthy to receive salvation (Luke 20:35-36) which is by keeping God’s commandments (Matt 19:16-19; Rev 22:14). Jesus never taught salvation by grace anywhere. Paul’s teachings and doctrines are deceiving and heretic in nature, contradicting Christ’s teachings. In this third chapter of Galatians, we will look into how Paul is lying.
To the Jews Paul became as a Jew, that he might win Jews; to those who were under the law, Paul followed the law to win them. Did Paul also become a liar and a hypocrite to win them? Here are some of the teachings of Paul which he contradicts himself.
No one is saved yet. Jesus clearly said salvation is when He comes the second time (Matt 25:31-46). Only our names are written in heaven (Luke 10:20) when we are worthy (Luke 20:35). But if we become unworthy, Christ will blot our names from the book of life (Rev 3:4-5).
Paul taught we can’t earn our salvation but by grace through faith (Eph 2:8-9), while Jesus taught we must be worthy to receive salvation (Luke 20:35-36). In this second chapter of the letter to Galatians by Paul, we will see how he is deceiving with the false liberty of false gospel, rejecting what Christ said in the great commission, his arrogance and lies about the law.
Paul taught we can’t earn our salvation but by grace through faith (Eph 2:8-9), while Jesus taught we must be worthy to receive salvation (Luke 20:35-36). In this first chapter of the letter to Galatians by Paul, we will see how his teachings are heretic in nature, even going against Christ’s teachings.
Christians must not visit pagan archaeological sites. God wants to destroy even their name from that place. Hence, Christians touring pagan archaeological or historical sites are unacceptable before God.
The kingdom of Judah faced a crisis in its history that even the book of the law itself was completely lost and only one copy was found during the reign of Josiah in 623 BC. Following this crisis and post-exile, the Redactor took extraordinary effort in gathering all information they had in scrolls to recreate the long forgotten stories with appropriate additions for missing pieces and clarifications. This intertwining of multiple versions of the same story by the Redactor usually referred as Documentary Hypothesis sometimes causes confusions on certain details for many but these actually shows the history of how the Torah was made and proves the crisis it went through. While Jesus Christ acknowledged all sources that make up the Torah and Scripture, He also corrected some of the mistakes in it refuting Scripture Inerrancy.
The thirtieth chapter of Ezekiel is about prophecies mentioning Egypt’s fall. The prophecies seem to refer the Battle of Pelusium in 525 BC and the invasion of Egypt by Nebuchadnezzar.
Jesus Christ mentions several roles of the Holy Spirit which include conviction, guidance, allocution, testifying or witnessing and abiding in us forever. However, giving us faith so that we can believe in Him or pouring the love of God in us to make us love Him is not of them.
Paul’s letters deceive many to assume that they are in the path towards eternal life if they commit fewer sins than what they committed previously, which they consider as a sign of God working in them and they are growing in holiness and righteousness. Jesus, however, preached zero tolerance towards sin. He instructed to even cut our body parts that cause us to sin so that we can enter life without sinning than to commit sin and enter hell as a whole.