Jesus vs Paul  

Jesus, the Jewish prophet was held as a Messiah by the early Jewish-Christians

Today, Christianity has very little to do with the teachings of Jesus. It comprises more of Pauls' teachings.

Jesus Paul
Jesus was Jewish, as were his disciples. He was was born a Jew, raised a Jew, worshipped the Jewish God and strictly observed the Jewish Law and customs.

Later, Jesus became a Jewish teacher, gathered Jewish followers and taught them what he considered to be the appropriate interpretation of Jewish Law.
Paul (Saul of Tarsus 5-67 CE) was regarded as an upstart. He was doubted by many Jewish Christians and continually had to defend his authority. Paul opposed the conservative Jewish-Christians and their religious practices.

As a result, Paul suffered much opposition to his new brand of 'Pauline' Christianity. Paul was attacked as a non-apostle who preached a different Gospel from that of the original disciples
Previous
Yeshua (Aramaic name)
Previous
Saul of Tarsus
Birth
Born of the virgin mother Mary in Bethlehem, Palestine
Birth
Born as Saul, a pharisee Jew in Tarsis (Turkey)
Religion
Jewish-Christianity/Judaism
Religion
Gentile Christianity/Pauline
Occupation
Carpenter
Occupation
Tasked with killing, imprisoning Early Christians
Language
Aramaic
Language
Greek
OTHER RELIGIONS
Judaism: False Prophet Judaism: Non-entity
Christianity: God/Son of God Christianity: Apostle
Islam: Prophet of God Islam: Pious man who never met Jesus
PERSONAL
Conversion
Jesus was held up as a Jewish Prophet by a minority of Jews. Born of the vrigin mother Mary. Jesus is considered a great prophet in Islam. In the Quran, Jesus is said to have spoken as a baby. And so he was born into prophethood ?? (in contrast to many other prophets who God gave prophethood at a certain adult stage of their life)
Conversion
On the road to Damascus, while on assignment to harass Christians, Paul claimed he saw a vision of Jesus who gave him the authority of teaching in his name.

Paul never met Jesus or any of his disciples. Previous to accepting Christianity, Paul was active in the prosecution, imprisonment and killing of Palestinian-Jewish Christians. Converted to Christianity after experiencing a personal near-death experience. Honoured as a great apostle by his followers
Circumcision
YES, Jesus was circumcised as were all Jewish-Christians. Physical practise
Circumcision
NO, Pauline Christianity rejected the need for circumcision. Regarded as Spiritual, not physical
Food
Jesus observed Jewish food laws. he never ate pork or swine

"And the swine, though he divide the hoof, and be cloven footed, yet he cheweth not the cud; he is unclean to you". "Of their flesh shall ye not eat, and their carcass shall ye not touch, they are unclean to you."


"And the swine, because it divideth the hoof, yet cheweth not the cud, it is unclean unto you. Ye shall not eat of their flesh, nor touch their dead carcass."
Food
Pauline Christianity rejected Jewish Kosher food laws
Intoxicant
As a Jew, Jesus would not have drunk alcohol or any other intoxicant
Greeting
Jesus used the greeting of peace and taught his disciples to greet each other
Greeting
Less emphasis
Usury
Jesus forbade the dealing in interest/usury
Usury
Less emphasis
Sex
Sex is good, mandated by God as the first positive commandment in the Bible. (The marriage bed is undefiled.)
Sex
Sex is inherently sinful (in sin was I conceived). The sex act is always sin unless for the purposes of procreation. In marriage sex is no longer a "mortal" sin but only a "venial" sin. Christianity maintains that absence from sex is meritorious.
PROPHETHOOD
Jesus presented himself as Messiah and King of the Jews. Jesus was a prophet Initially, Paul was an enemy of Christianity tasked with destroying, killing, and imprisoning Early Christianns. Paul was not a prophet, but a convert who never met Jesus or was privelidged to have been with any of the Early Christians or disciples of Jesus. Paul presented Jesus as the risen Lord, Head of the body of Christ (Paul's gospel uses the title "Lord" whereas other synoptic gospels used "Son of Man"
Prophecy
One cannot know the time of the coming of the LORD nor should one speculate about the future; one should keep his garments white by continual repentance because His coming will be sudden and unexpected.
Prophecy
The LORD's coming is imminent; not to be unexpected for the believer since he will be able to interpret the "signs" of the LORD'S coming. Many offer exact predictions.
Jesus
A gifted human figure acting on God's behalf to proclaim his coming kingdom. Claimed to be a prophet
Jesus
Jesus Christ, a divine God-incarnate being who could impart eternal life to individual believers. Shared God's nature and attributes
Mission
Jesus mission was confined to the Jewish nation. He warned fellow Jews of the coming kingdom of God

Jesus did not seek to increase his movement by attracting Gentiles to convert
Mission
Pauline Christianity sought to increase converts by making Chritianity more attractive to Gentiles (non-Jew)
Teachings
Jesus, a human figure acted on God's behalf. Jesus taught his followers about the coming kingdom of God
Teachings
Paul taught his followers that Jesus was a divine God-like figure through whom universal salvation was attained. Jesus was himself the actual kingdom of God (eschatological event). Paul did away with the Jewish roots and customs and preached the worship of Jesus Christ alone would lead to salvation (re-interpretation of eschatology)
Miracles
Jesus was blessed with many miracles as a sign to his people. He raised the dead; healed the blind; and cured the leper.

Jesus believed miracles were due to God
Miracles
Paul did not perform any miracles
SCRIPTURE
Gospel
Gospel of Jesus (Yeshua)
Gospel
Gospel of Paul
Scripture
Old Testament
Scripture
New Testament
Scripture
Jesus received the Good News scripture. This scripture no longer exists. Limited influence exists in Matthew, Source Q, James letters (in New Testament). Scriptures writings were destroyed in calculated attempt to. Anyone found with early scripture was .....
Scripture
Pauline Christianity / New Testament (written by unknown authors). Pauls writings were gathered together to form the Pauline corpus in the New Testament. His works gloss over the internal conflicts that were common in the earlier periods. It displays a distinct pro-Roman bias and designed to show the Roman world it had nothing to fear from the growth of this new religion
Old Testament
All men and under the laws of God; to the Jew he was given the Noahide Laws & Mosaic Law as a foundation; to the Gentile he was given the Laws of Noah only. It is the obedience to the laws of God that brings blessing, social order, and blessings from God.
Old Testament
The Law is evil and we are delivered from the commandments of God by faith in Jesus. The Law has passed away and we are under grace.
Bible
Hebraic background of the whole Bible (even the New Testament). Proper understanding only possible when viewing the Bible in its original history, culture, and language.
Bible
Hellenization of Scripture (viewing the Bible through the eyes of Greek culture and language instead of Hebrew).
THEOLOGY
Roots
Jewish Christians practised strict obedience, conservative and observant to Jewish law and customs. They was a Jewish sect
Roots
Gentile Christians denied their Jewish Christian roots and 'invented' a new religion
Faith
Expressed as a response to a belief system through obedience and good deeds
Faith
Faith in God, elevating belief above tangible action and obedience. Agreement to an accepted set of doctrine brings acceptance.
Foundation
Monotheist
Jewish Christians had similar 'monotheist' theology to the Jews. For example, God intervened in the ministry, the death and resurrection of Jesus, and Jesus being a prophet
Foundation
Polytheist
For Pauline Christianity to appeal to the masses (Gentiles), polytheist practises were introduced into Pauline Christianity as a normal and natural belief. For example, Jesus who was a human being, a prophet acting on Gods behalf, suddenly became a divine God-like figurehead who alone deserved all worship
Law
Mosaic Law (strict observance)

Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfil them
Law
Grace. Jesus abolished the law and commandments

Having abolished in his flesh the enmity, even the law of commandments contained in ordinances;
Original Sin
There is no provision for willful sin except repentance and restitution. Man is cut off from God. The Jewish view challenges the doctrine of "eternal security" or "once saved always saved" and the resultant imbalance of "grace and not law".

Jesus preached to seek forgiveness from the Father. He himself prayed for the Father to forgive him.
Original Sin
Claimed that Jesus died for our sins and only Jesus could forgive us

Man may sin and still be pardoned by God in the next life no matter how he lives if he only "believes" in Jesus. This results in the unbiblical doctrines concerning "once saved always saved"and "eternal security of the believer". Purgatory is the "fire-escape".
Redemption
Jesus did not believe in redemption by his blood (Matthew 5:17-20)
 
Kingdom
Jesus proclaimed the coming kingdom of God. Jewish Christians were therefore awaiting of an age to come, the kingdom of God, a cosmic or supernatural event to be experienced by the community
Kingdom
Gentile Christians focus on the personal relationship of the individual believers with the divine Jesus Christ in the here and now. The coming kingdom was Jesus himself. Accepting Jesus as God was translated to having reached the kingdom of God
Salvation
Righteous non-members of the assembly will also have a share in the world to come and be saved ("righteous Gentiles"-the righteous of all nations-Noahide Laws) (Matt. 25:1, Rom 2:12-15).

Through participation in the new age ushered in by Jesus, the returning Messiah.

Required repentance, baptism, and faith as instructed in the Hebrew Bible

And he said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments.


For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled.
Salvation
Belief that Jesus Christ, a God-like figure sacrificed himself or his Son for humankinds sins

Required faith in Jesus as God


For Christ is the end of the law for righteousness to every one that believeth.
Crucifixtion
Jesus did not wear the cross
Crucifixtion
Pauline Christianity emphasized the crucifixion of Jesus. Paul raised the status of Jesus thereby effected a new way to God on the cross. So now access to God was through Jesus Christ alone and belief in Jesus dying for men's sins
Holy Spirit
The Spirit, an impersonal, external force like a wind that enabled individuals to perform particular feats of strength. Jesus was possessed of the Spirit
Holy Spirit
The Holy Spirit become the third in the Trinity (of God)
Trinity
Jesus never preached the Trinity. Their is no mention of Trinity in the Bible
Apocalyptic
High
Apocalyptic
Low
Atonement
Atonement was not taught by Jesus
WORSHIP
Place
Jesus and Jewish-Christians were Jews. Jewish-Christians were akin to a poor, despised, Jewish apocalyptic sect. Urgemeinde, early primitive church. Jesus would have worshipped in the Temple and synagogue. The authority of the original Jerusalem church held sway (i.e. authority of James and his conservative wing). The primitive church, the Urgemeinde was an apocalyptic sect. OR A community of Jews called to proclaim to their fellow Jews the imminent end of the world. Jesus prayed with his face on the ground


The synagogue is the core of the religious and secular life of the community. It is not an ecclesiastical structure, and the leaders are paid no salary. It is not hierarchical but rather emphasizes the priesthood of all members of the community.
Place
At the Council of Jamnia (90 CE), Jewish Christians were expelled from the synagogue. Pauline churches of the Diaspora. Universal institution founded to transform the world and spread the message of Pauline Christianity. Dismissed the Jewish Temples and synagogues in favour of Church. Church was an established, respected Gentile instutition with its own creed, body of inspired scripture/canon, and offices and office-bearers. Gentile Roman.

The church is a building or something one does on Sunday, a religious service instead of a community. It does not have the same organizational structure and leadership levels as ancient Judaism & the early Church (Nasi, Chazan, etc.) It is ecclesiastical and hierarchical.
Assembly
Met once a week on the Sabbath except for Festivals (emphasis is building families).
Assembly
Usually twice-three times a week unless special events then can meet nightly (emphasis is building a congregation).
Worship
The strongest emphasis is placed on teaching and study of Torah (discipleship) to build spiritual maturity in the person.
Worship
Preaching has replaced teaching; focus on evangelizing the already saved Sunday after Sunday instead of instructing & teaching them for growth & spiritual maturity through the release of their gifts and service.
Baptism
Practiced continued immersions throughout life to enter into a heightened Presence of God.
Baptism
Baptized only once into Messiah.
GOD
Monotheism, belief in one supreme God who was omnipresent, omnipotent and omniscient, oneness of God as opposed to Trinity
Dualism/Trinitarianism/Polytheism, belief in one God in three different appearances. The doctrine of the Trinity had not yet been accepted by the Church in the 3rd Century
Access
Jewish Christians were preparing for the coming day of the Lord through prayer and communal sharing of goods. The appeals to their fellow Jews to repent and prepare for the new age as predicted in the Hebrew Bible


Jesus said righteous deeds is the only way to paradise and eternal life (Matthew 5:17-20)

Access
Salvation was through belief in Jesus Christ as a divine-figure who was sacrificed for humankinds sin
OPPOSITION
Satan
The adversary is a created being who is in complete subjection to the sovereignty and will of God.
Satan
Dualism; there are two equal forces of good and evil in the universe and they are constantly fighting it out (derivation of Persian captivity).
Evil
Permitted self-defense, legitimacy of defending oneself.
Evil
Passive resistance, pacifism.
Wealth
There is no merit in poverty.
Wealth
There is merit in poverty.
Spiritual
The sanctification of all of life to God; down to earth and focus on living in the kingdom of God now; not just other-worldly (after death).
Spiritual
Departmentalizes life in sections: secular and spiritual.
Giving
1/3 of your gifts go to the 1) Teachers, choir, maintenance, 2) 1/3 to the benevolence (poor/almsgiving), 3) 1/3 goes to yourself to build yourself up in God (festivals)
Giving
Give to churches and ministries; no oversight of the direction of the funds. Does not follow the Biblical tithe.
Man
Man is born good and is accountable for their sins after the age of puberty until which the responsibility lies with parents.

From the age of accountability one is considered a responsible adult who can choose not to sin.
Man
Man is born evil, a "victim" of original sin; man therefore has no choice but to sin.
Life
Life is seen as a preparation for the world to come. Trials & temptations are from God's hand and are blessings in disguise because they refine our character (James 1:2).
Life
Prosperity; One can write your own ticket by speaking to God, Satan, or the situation using scriptural promises as a formula. Trials & tribulations are a curse, not from God but from Satan, and there is no reason we should experience them if we are uttering positive confessions.
Israel
The world is divided into 2 camps: Jews & Gentiles, chosen and not chosen. One is either born a member of the chosen people or become a member as a proselyte.
Israel
Not a part of Israel, but is a Gentile replacement of the chosen of God. The Jews have been rejected and replaced as God's chosen people by the Gentile church (replacement theology). The church is the "new Israel". Israel is spiritualized and when you read "Israel" in Scripture you are to think of the church, not of physical Israel (at least when blessings are concerned and not the curses; the curses are left for "physical Israel"). The world is divided into 3 camps: Jews, Gentile Christians, and Gentile pagans. Christians have lost their Jewish roots and identity.
COMMUNITY
Era
Palestinian-Jewish Christians
(0-70 CE Apostolic Period)
30-years from the birth of Jesus to the fall of Jerusalem
Era
Hellenistic-Jewish/Gentile Christians
(70-135 CE Sub-Apostolic Period)
From the fall of Jerusalem to the Bar Kokhba Revolt or date of the last New Testament writings
Capital
Palestine (Jewish world)
Capital
Graeco-Roman. Europe (Hellenistic world)
Community
Aramaic speaking conservative Jewish-Christians. They where conservative and strict Palestinian Jews who were suspicious of the liberal Hellenistic Jews. Jesus preached to a small community of Jewish followers. The Twelve Disciples:
1. Simon Peter (brother of Andrew)
2. James (son of Zebedee, older brother of John)
3. John (son of Zebedee, brother of James)
4. Andrew (brother of Simon Peter)
5. Philip of Bethsaida
6. Thomas (Didymus)
7. Bartholomew (Nathaniel)
8. Matthew (Levi) of Capernaum
9. James (son of Alphaeus)
10. Simon the Zealot
11. Thaddaeus-Judas (Lebbaeus)
12. Judas Iscariot
Community
Greek speaking liberal Jewish-Christians who admired and eventually adopted Greek institutions and thought. Gentiles (Non-Jews). Pauls teachings were adopted Graeco-Roman. Europe (Hellenistic world)
FESTIVALS
Fast
Jesus observed Lent and fasted for more than one month
Fast
Less emphasis
Sabbath
Saturday - Jesus observed Saturday as a Sabbath day as commanded in the Ten Commandments.
Sabbath
Sunday - Emperor Constantine 306-337CE designated Sunday a holiday with Jewish Sabbath-like regulations. As based on later traditions-early Church councils of the 4th century. (loss of Jewish roots)
Lords Supper
Every week partook of 3 meals: Friday evening to begin Sabbath, followed by two Sabbath meals.
Lords Supper
Name given to Christian Communion consisting of a cracker and a cup of grape juice.
Holy Days
Celebrates the Festivals of the Lord according to Leviticus 23
Holy Days
Celebrates the Gregorian Holidays which are all derived from Paganism.
Christmas
Jesus never celebrated Christmas. He would have shunned it due its pagan religion origins
SCRIPTURE
On forgiveness of trespasses: Jesus says: For if you forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father also will forgive you; but if you do not forgive men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses. On forgiveness of trespasses: Paul says: "In him we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches of his grace"
On being justified: Jesus says: "for by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned." On being justified: Paul says: "Since, therefore, we are now justified by his blood, much more shall we be saved by him from the wrath of God."
On the cost of eternal life: Jesus says: "And he said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments." On the cost of eternal life: Paul says: "For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord."
On Dying: Jesus says: "Neither can they (dead and resurrected bodies) die any more:" On Dying: Paul says: "I protest, brethren, by my pride in you which I have in Christ Jesus our Lord, I die every day!"
  Other opposing teachings "Behold, I Paul say unto you, that if ye be circumcised, Christ shall profit you nothing. For I testify again to every man that is circumcised, that he is a debtor to do the whole law. Christ is become of no effect unto you, whosoever of you are justified by the law; ye are fallen from grace."

"But now we are delivered from the law (of Jesus Christ), that being dead wherein we were held; that we should serve in newness of spirit, and not in the oldness of the letter."

"Therefore leaving the principles of the doctrine of Christ, let us go on unto perfection; not laying again the foundation of repentance from dead works, and of faith toward God,"
RESULT
Popularity
Jesus and his disciples were few in number. The intention was to focus on 'quality' of followers. Jewish-Christians were persecuted, executed, scriptures burned.
Popularity
Paul's Christianity is the total opposite of Jesus. Their was a desire to rapidly increase the number of Christian adherents. This was impossible to achieve under the strict Jewish-focused brand of Christianity preached by Jesus. Therefore, Paul did away with the Jewish laws and customs and opened his Christianity to the masses. Gentile christians dominant and only accepted...
Audience
Jesus confined himself exclusive to the Jewish race who were inherently hostile towards the Gentiles (non-Jews). His message was to announce God's coming kingdom, and to urge fellow Jews to prepare for it. Therefore community numbers were small leading to the decline and disappearace of the movement
Audience
Pauline Christianity was inclusive and available to all people (non-Gentiles). To increase Christian conversions, Paul introduced into Christian doctrines ideas of paganism and Platonic philosophy. After the Romans accepted Gentile Christianity, the Christian numbers swelled and they flourished. Pauline Christianity come to dominate over all other versions of Christianity, including Jesus himself
Death
Jesus was rejected by the Jews and he was crucified as a Messanic pretender
Today
Today, the original teachings of Jesus Christ have been lost and/or deliberately destroyed. Jewish-Christians practised their religion as Jesus had asked of them. They holdinwere the true followers of Jesus Christ. Jewish-Christians were forced to convert to Pauline Christianity or faced imprisonment or execution. The Ebionite and Nazoreans Christians held 'monotheist' views aligned with the Jewish-Christians and teachings of Jesus Christ. These groups appeared in 2nd century, claimed an origin from Urgemeinde, and regarded Paul as the perverter of the message of Jesus. The Ebionites and Nazoreans are not a significant Christian body today.
Today
Today, Pauline Christianity is the dominant version of Christianity practised by Christians across the world


CREDIT
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Split_of_early_Christianity_and_Judaism
http://doctrine.org/jesus-vs-paul
http://paulproblem.faithweb.com/gospel_jd_paul_comp_no4.htm
http://www.voiceofjesus.org/paulvsjesus.html
http://www.jesuswordsonly.com/books/175-pa
http://www.judaismvschristianity.com/paulthe.htm
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