Not Paul, But Jesus
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Not Paul, But Jesus

By Jeremy Bentham
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Table of Contents
  • Not Paul, But Jesus
    • EDITOR'S PREFACE.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • PLAN OF THE WORK.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • TABLE I.
      • OUTWARD CONVERSION.
        • VISION I. ACTS ACCOUNT.
        • II. PAUL'S FIRST PERSONAL ACCOUNT.
        • III. PAUL'S SECOND PERSONAL ACCOUNT.
        • IV. PAUL'S ALLUSIONS.
        • II. VISION 2.—ANANIAS'S.
        • III. ANANIAS'S VISIT TO PAUL.
      • VISION I. ACTS ACCOUNT.
      • II. PAUL'S FIRST PERSONAL ACCOUNT.
      • III. PAUL'S SECOND PERSONAL ACCOUNT.
      • IV. PAUL'S ALLUSIONS.
      • II. VISION 2.—ANANIAS'S.
      • III. ANANIAS'S VISIT TO PAUL.
    • OUTWARD CONVERSION.
      • VISION I. ACTS ACCOUNT.
      • II. PAUL'S FIRST PERSONAL ACCOUNT.
      • III. PAUL'S SECOND PERSONAL ACCOUNT.
      • IV. PAUL'S ALLUSIONS.
      • II. VISION 2.—ANANIAS'S.
      • III. ANANIAS'S VISIT TO PAUL.
    • VISION I. ACTS ACCOUNT.
    • II. PAUL'S FIRST PERSONAL ACCOUNT.
    • III. PAUL'S SECOND PERSONAL ACCOUNT.
    • IV. PAUL'S ALLUSIONS.
    • II. VISION 2.—ANANIAS'S.
    • III. ANANIAS'S VISIT TO PAUL.
  • NOT PAUL, BUT JESUS
    • CHAPTER I.
      • Paul's Conversion.[1]—Improbability and Discordancy of the Accounts of it.
        • SECTION I.
        • SECTION 2.
        • SECTION 3.
        • SECTION 4.
        • SECTION 5.
        • SECTION 6.
        • SECTION 7.
        • SECTION 8.
        • SECTION 9.
      • SECTION I.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
      • SECTION 7.
      • SECTION 8.
      • SECTION 9.
    • Paul's Conversion.[1]—Improbability and Discordancy of the Accounts of it.
      • SECTION I.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
      • SECTION 7.
      • SECTION 8.
      • SECTION 9.
    • SECTION I.
    • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 3.
    • SECTION 4.
    • SECTION 5.
    • SECTION 6.
    • SECTION 7.
    • SECTION 8.
    • SECTION 9.
    • TABLE II.—PAUL DISBELIEVED.
      • Table—Showing, at one View, the Passages, from which the Inference is drawn, that Paul's inward Conversion was never believed, by any of the Apostles, or their Disciples.
        • INTERVIEWS, A.D. 35 (I); A.D. 52 (III).
        • INTERVIEW I. A.D. 35.
        • INTERVIEW I. A.D. 35.
        • INTERVIEW II. A.D. 43.
        • INTERVIEW III. A.D. 52.
        • INTERVIEW IV. A.D. 52.
        • INTERVIEW A.D. 52.
        • INTERVIEW V. A.D. 60.
        • INTERVIEW V. A.D. 60.
      • INTERVIEWS, A.D. 35 (I); A.D. 52 (III).
      • INTERVIEW I. A.D. 35.
      • INTERVIEW I. A.D. 35.
      • INTERVIEW II. A.D. 43.
      • INTERVIEW III. A.D. 52.
      • INTERVIEW IV. A.D. 52.
      • INTERVIEW A.D. 52.
      • INTERVIEW V. A.D. 60.
      • INTERVIEW V. A.D. 60.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Table—Showing, at one View, the Passages, from which the Inference is drawn, that Paul's inward Conversion was never believed, by any of the Apostles, or their Disciples.
      • INTERVIEWS, A.D. 35 (I); A.D. 52 (III).
      • INTERVIEW I. A.D. 35.
      • INTERVIEW I. A.D. 35.
      • INTERVIEW II. A.D. 43.
      • INTERVIEW III. A.D. 52.
      • INTERVIEW IV. A.D. 52.
      • INTERVIEW A.D. 52.
      • INTERVIEW V. A.D. 60.
      • INTERVIEW V. A.D. 60.
    • INTERVIEWS, A.D. 35 (I); A.D. 52 (III).
    • INTERVIEW I. A.D. 35.
    • INTERVIEW I. A.D. 35.
    • INTERVIEW II. A.D. 43.
    • INTERVIEW III. A.D. 52.
    • INTERVIEW IV. A.D. 52.
    • INTERVIEW A.D. 52.
    • INTERVIEW V. A.D. 60.
    • INTERVIEW V. A.D. 60.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER II.
      • Outward Conversion—how produced—how planned.
        • SECTION 1.
        • SECTION 2.
        • SECTION 3.
        • SECTION 4.
        • SECTION 5.
        • SECTION 6.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Outward Conversion—how produced—how planned.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
    • SECTION 1.
    • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 3.
    • SECTION 4.
    • SECTION 5.
    • SECTION 6.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER III.
      • Paul disbelieved.—Neither his divine Commission nor his inward Conversion ever credited by the Apostles or their Jerusalem Disciples.—Source of Proof stated.
        • SECTION 1.
        • SECTION 2.
        • SECTION 3.
        • SECTION 4.
        • SECTION 5.
        • SECTION 6.
        • SECTION 7.
        • SECTION 8.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
      • SECTION 7.
      • SECTION 8.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Paul disbelieved.—Neither his divine Commission nor his inward Conversion ever credited by the Apostles or their Jerusalem Disciples.—Source of Proof stated.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
      • SECTION 7.
      • SECTION 8.
    • SECTION 1.
    • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 3.
    • SECTION 4.
    • SECTION 5.
    • SECTION 6.
    • SECTION 7.
    • SECTION 8.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER IV.
      • Paul disbelieved continued.—First of his four Visits to Jerusalem after his Conversion; say Jerusalem Visit I. or Reconciliation Visit.—Barnabas introducing him from Antioch to the Apostles.
        • SECTION 1.
        • SECTION 2.
        • SECTION 3.
        • SECTION 4.
        • SECTION 5.
        • SECTION 6.
        • SECTION 7.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
      • SECTION 7.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Paul disbelieved continued.—First of his four Visits to Jerusalem after his Conversion; say Jerusalem Visit I. or Reconciliation Visit.—Barnabas introducing him from Antioch to the Apostles.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
      • SECTION 7.
    • SECTION 1.
    • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 3.
    • SECTION 4.
    • SECTION 5.
    • SECTION 6.
    • SECTION 7.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER V.
      • Paul disbelieved continued.—Jerusalem Visit II. Money-bringing Visit.—Barnabas accompanying him from Antioch.
        • SECTION 1.
        • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • Paul disbelieved continued.—Jerusalem Visit II. Money-bringing Visit.—Barnabas accompanying him from Antioch.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 1.
    • SECTION 2.
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • CHAPTER VI.
      • Paul disbelieved continued.—His third Jerusalem Visit.—Paul and Barnabas delegated by Antioch Saints, to confer on the Necessity of Jewish Rites to Heathen Converts to the Religion of Jesus.
        • SECTION 1.
        • SECTION 2.
        • SECTION 3.
        • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Paul disbelieved continued.—His third Jerusalem Visit.—Paul and Barnabas delegated by Antioch Saints, to confer on the Necessity of Jewish Rites to Heathen Converts to the Religion of Jesus.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
    • SECTION 1.
    • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 3.
    • SECTION 4.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VII.
      • Paul disbelieved continued.—After His Third Jerusalem Visit, Contest Between Him and Peter at Antioch. Partition Treaty: Paul for Himself: Peter, James and John, for the Apostles.
        • SECTION 1.
        • SECTION 2.
        • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Paul disbelieved continued.—After His Third Jerusalem Visit, Contest Between Him and Peter at Antioch. Partition Treaty: Paul for Himself: Peter, James and John, for the Apostles.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
    • SECTION 1.
    • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 3.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER VIII.
      • Interview the Fourth.—Peter at Antioch.—Deputies to Antioch from Jerusalem, Judas and Silas.—Paul disagrees with Peter and Barnabas, quits Antioch, and on a Missionary Excursion takes with him Silas. What concerns the Partition Treaty, down to this Period, reviewed.—Peter and the Apostles justified.
        • SECTION 1.
        • SECTION 2.
        • SECTION 3.
        • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Interview the Fourth.—Peter at Antioch.—Deputies to Antioch from Jerusalem, Judas and Silas.—Paul disagrees with Peter and Barnabas, quits Antioch, and on a Missionary Excursion takes with him Silas. What concerns the Partition Treaty, down to this Period, reviewed.—Peter and the Apostles justified.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
    • SECTION 1.
    • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 3.
    • SECTION 4.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER IX.
      • Paul disbelieved continued—The Fourth and Last Jerusalem Visit. The Purpose concealed: Opposition universal; among his own Disciples, and among those of the Apostles.
        • SECTION 1.
        • SECTION 2.
        • SECTION 3.
        • SECTION 4.
        • SECTION 5.
        • SECTION 6.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Paul disbelieved continued—The Fourth and Last Jerusalem Visit. The Purpose concealed: Opposition universal; among his own Disciples, and among those of the Apostles.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
    • SECTION 1.
    • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 3.
    • SECTION 4.
    • SECTION 5.
    • SECTION 6.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER X.
      • Paul disbelieved continued.—His Fourth Jerusalem Visit continued. His Arrival and Reception. Accused by all the Disciples of the Apostles, he commences an exculpatory Oath in the Temple. Dragged out by them—rescued by a Roman Commander—sent in Custody to Rome.
        • SECTION 1.
        • SECTION 2.
        • SECTION 3.
        • SECTION 4.
        • SECTION 5.
        • SECTION 6.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Paul disbelieved continued.—His Fourth Jerusalem Visit continued. His Arrival and Reception. Accused by all the Disciples of the Apostles, he commences an exculpatory Oath in the Temple. Dragged out by them—rescued by a Roman Commander—sent in Custody to Rome.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
    • SECTION 1.
    • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 3.
    • SECTION 4.
    • SECTION 5.
    • SECTION 6.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XI.
      • Paul disbelieved continued.—Paul's fourth Jerusalem Visit continued.—Perjurious was the Purpose of the exculpatory Oath commenced by him in the Temple.
        • SECTION 1.
        • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Paul disbelieved continued.—Paul's fourth Jerusalem Visit continued.—Perjurious was the Purpose of the exculpatory Oath commenced by him in the Temple.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 1.
    • SECTION 2.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XII.
      • More Falsehoods.—Resurrection Witnesses multiplied.—World's End predicted.—To save credit, Antichrist invented.
        • SECTION 1.
        • SECTION 2.
        • SECTION 3.
        • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • More Falsehoods.—Resurrection Witnesses multiplied.—World's End predicted.—To save credit, Antichrist invented.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
    • SECTION 1.
    • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 3.
    • SECTION 4.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XIII.
      • Paul's supposable Miracles explained.
        • SECTION 1.
        • SECTION 2.
        • SECTION 3.
        • SECTION 4.
        • SECTION 5.
        • SECTION 6.
        • SECTION 7.
        • SECTION 8.
        • SECTION 9.
        • SECTION 10.
        • SECTION 11.
        • SECTION 12.
        • SECTION 13.
        • SECTION 14.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
      • SECTION 7.
      • SECTION 8.
      • SECTION 9.
      • SECTION 10.
      • SECTION 11.
      • SECTION 12.
      • SECTION 13.
      • SECTION 14.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Paul's supposable Miracles explained.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
      • SECTION 7.
      • SECTION 8.
      • SECTION 9.
      • SECTION 10.
      • SECTION 11.
      • SECTION 12.
      • SECTION 13.
      • SECTION 14.
    • SECTION 1.
    • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 3.
    • SECTION 4.
    • SECTION 5.
    • SECTION 6.
    • SECTION 7.
    • SECTION 8.
    • SECTION 9.
    • SECTION 10.
    • SECTION 11.
    • SECTION 12.
    • SECTION 13.
    • SECTION 14.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XIV.
      • Acts, part false, part true: Author not Saint Luke.
        • SECTION 1.
        • SECTION 2.
        • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Acts, part false, part true: Author not Saint Luke.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
    • SECTION 1.
    • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 3.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XV.
      • Law Report.—Jews versus Paul: Trials five, with Observations.
        • SECTION 1.
        • SECTION 2.
        • SECTION 3.
        • SECTION 4.
        • SECTION 5.
        • SECTION 6.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Law Report.—Jews versus Paul: Trials five, with Observations.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 4.
      • SECTION 5.
      • SECTION 6.
    • SECTION 1.
    • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 3.
    • SECTION 4.
    • SECTION 5.
    • SECTION 6.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XVI.
      • Paul's Doctrines Anti-apostolic.—Was he not Anti-Christ?
        • SECTION 1.
        • SECTION 2.
        • SECTION 3.
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Paul's Doctrines Anti-apostolic.—Was he not Anti-Christ?
      • SECTION 1.
      • SECTION 2.
      • SECTION 3.
    • SECTION 1.
    • SECTION 2.
    • SECTION 3.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • END.
    • INDEX TO CONTENTS.
      • TABLE I-XXII
      • CHAPTER I.
      • TABLE II
      • CHAPTER II.
      • CHAPTER III.
      • CHAPTER IV.
      • CHAPTER V.
      • CHAPTER VI.
      • CHAPTER VII.
      • CHAPTER VIII.
      • CHAPTER IX.
      • CHAPTER X.
      • CHAPTER XI.
      • CHAPTER XII.
      • CHAPTER XIII.
      • CHAPTER XIV.
      • CHAPTER XV.
      • CHAPTER XVI.
      • Transcriber's Notes:
    • TABLE I-XXII
    • CHAPTER I.
    • TABLE II
    • CHAPTER II.
    • CHAPTER III.
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • CHAPTER V.
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • CHAPTER VII.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
    • CHAPTER IX.
    • CHAPTER X.
    • CHAPTER XI.
    • CHAPTER XII.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
    • CHAPTER XIV.
    • CHAPTER XV.
    • CHAPTER XVI.
    • Transcriber's Notes:
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