4th September 12:25
question --- did paul sin against the holy spirit? (holy holy spirit paul sin faith)
ali kenadian's meagre attempt to restore authenticity
and credibility of the pre-islamic gospel viz.,
THE GOSPEL OF BARNABAS
or, THE MEDIEVAL[?] GOSPEL OF BARNABAS
question --- did paul sin against the holy spirit?
And Barnabas said to me
Tell no one the miracle
PAUL WAS DISTRUSTED
did paul sin against the holy spirit?
(Matthew 12:31 KJV) Wherefore I say unto you, All manner of sin and
blasphemy shall be f****ven unto men: but the blasphemy against the
Holy Ghost shall not be f****ven unto men.
(Matthew 12:32 KJV) And whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of
man, it shall be f****ven him: but whosoever speaketh against the Holy
Ghost, it shall not be f****ven him, neither in this world, neither in
the world to come.
and the Holy Spirit did not allow me
collaboration and evidence
And there I then stayed about two months, wishing to sail to the
regions of the West; and the Holy Spirit did not allow me.
Turning, therefore, I again sought the apostles; and having learned
that they were in Antioch, I went to them.
And I found Paul in bed in Antioch from the toil of the journey, who
also seeing me, was exceedingly grieved on account of my delaying in
Pamphylia. ... And I only attended to them, and was afraid of Paul to
come near him, both because he held me as having spent much time in
and because he was quite enraged against me.
And I gave repentance on my knees upon the earth to Paul,
and he would not endure it.
And when I remained for three Sabbaths
in entreaty and prayer on my knees,
I was unable to prevail upon him about myself;
for his great grievance against me was on account of my keeping
several parchments in Pamphylia.
the above pre-islamic christian source showed that PAUL WAS hostile,
unyielding and unf****ving IN REAL LIFE.
in actual fact, paul did not F****VE the APOSTLE MARK, who eventually
authored the gospel of mark.
paul was also regarded as the enemy of the nazarene sect and faith.
therefore, what more can we say about him, who was a self-confessed