Do Christians, ministers, churches and Christianity focus too much on the apostle Paul? Are Christians becoming or have become Paulians? Do Christians focus more on Paul, read more of Paul, follow more of Paul than they do Jesus Christ? Would Christianity be different if Christians gave more importance on the teachings of Jesus rather than Paul? Building Church doctrines on Jesus rather than Paul? How would the church function and look if it focused, studied, preached, followed was influenced more by Jesus and the gospel than Paul's letters? Do you find it interesting that the apostle Paul never in any of his letters apologizes to the church or the families for persecuting the church and killing Christian? Would Paul have as much influence today if he had done what he had done to Christians? Would Christians listen to him, base church doctrine on him if Paul were present in modern times? Should the church focus more on Jesus than Paul? Why or why not? Why do we focus so much on Paul? Should we? Is it time for the church to base church doctrines on that of Jesus than Paul? Should we focus more on the gospels than on Paul and his letters? How can Christians, the church, shift its focus?
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