Dating letters paul
"It was unfortunate that Marcion had made himself the champion of Paul.
Paul's letters composed more than half of his new Scripture.
Moreover, Apollonius wrote numerous letters – some of which still survive – expressing his ethical guidelines.
Galatians 1.11-2.14 provides the best biography we have of Paul, and in six hundred of "his own words".
The passage positively shouts arrogance and conceit, as Paul parades his finer points: chosen by God from his mother's womb; a personal revelation from JC; able to not merely harass but "waste" the church; excelling in Judaism beyond his peers; obdurate in the face of criticism; closed to new knowledge; a superior, "mighty" infusion of commitment; defiance before Peter, the chief apostle.