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Editor’s Pick: Paul Misunderstood – The Flawed Tent-Making Model Of Christianity

I’ve wanted to write about this for a long while, but never really got the inspiration, motivation nor courage to do so until recently.  I read a post from someone, who I have come to respect, on this issue, and I had to disagree with his perspective on the matter.  He made some good points, but his conclusions were off, and I just couldn’t sign my like at the end of the post.

The truth is that I am yet to meet or find someone who I believe has a balanced view on this issue.  Most people are polarised on it, and unable to see the truth in the opposing arguments concerning this issue.  I think WISDOM is what is missing from the equation.

So what is this all about?  Well, it all started when Paul stayed with Aquila and Priscilla in Corinth.  You see, before he was called of Christ to go to the Gentiles and preach the Gospel, Paul made tents by profession.  It was his business.  Bread and butter.  Nine to Five gig.  And it was also the business of Aquila and Priscilla.  Naturally, they connected, and his talents were beneficial to the couple (Acts 18:1-3)…

Read more at https://ufuomaee.blog/paul-misunderstood-the-flawed-tent-maker-model-of-christianity/

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