I have been reading up on the church fathers...and am just facinated by the different beliefs of that era. Tertullian wrote calling the apostle Paul "the apostle of the heretics" so I doubt if he would have quoted anything from Paul, but it makes me wonder why he should say such a thing. Could it be that the letters of Paul at that time were more gnostic and were later redacted/revised to the versions we now have?

 Tom

Anyone want to tackle this one?

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