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St. Paul was a rather odd duck! In his earliest writings, Thessalonians, he was very anti Jewish. In one of his last writings, Romans, he expressed pride in being Jewish and attacked anti Jewish sentiment among his readers. If you consider his early persecution of Christians and his epileptic fit on the road to Damascus which turned him into a hot gospeller you can only conclude he suffered from bi-polarity and paranoid schizophrenia. And this is the guy who invented Christianity, invented the Christ instead of the Jesus of Nazareth, and singlehandedly distorted everything Jesus was about. Wow.
Oh really? What qualifies you to give a psychological analysis of a man who died a couple centuries ago?
Cool story, bro.
“Don’t do as Jesus did. Put him on a pedestal and kowtow to him.” -Paul of T.