Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Evidence found in the bible itself

now 1 corinthians 15 is the earliest summary of what the church believed. Conspicuously missing from it are:
-the feeding of the 5000
-jebus walking on water
-jebus being born from a virgin
-the empty tomb
-the story of the good samaritan

Therefore paul never believed any of this crap listed above or hed have mentioned it and it is all later editions to your blind faith.


SirThinkALot said...

And where does Paul say that was an exahustive list of EVERYTHING he/the church beleived?

Anonymous said...

Well, you know these Christian types. They make it up as they go along.

johnny said...

Hi Mike,

In regard to the empty tomb (in your very own reference of 1st Corinthians chapter 15)


1Co 15:4 And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the Scriptures:

The good Samaritan was a parable told by Jesus. Parables can be both literally true or metaphorically true.

We are not told that Paul was a witness to the feeding of the 5000, nor are we told that Paul witnessed Jesus walking on water.
No real need for Paul to include these.

And as for the virgin birth... we are told that Paul and Luke knew each other. Luke covered the account as a reporter who interviewed those who were there.

Later dude.