Where does Christianity come from? Conventional wisdom ascribes the responsibility for Christianity as a religion to Jesus Christ – after all, it is named after him.
But what if conventional wisdom is wrong? More than one scholar over the years has suggested that perhaps Paul should be regarded as the true founder of Christianity. Can a case for this position really be made?
The importance of Paul to early Christianity and the formation of the New Testament can scarcely be exaggerated.
The topic: Was Paul The Founder of Christianity?
A dialogue between Shabir Ally and Dr. V.George Shillington