Epistles - Paul was dead when He Wrote them
Never any historical reference. Nothing of Pilate, Romans, Caiaphas, Sanhdrin, Herod, Judas, the holy women of the Gospels, or any person in the New Testament.
They never quote any of the great sayings by Jesus. They never mention any of his fabulous miracles, or divine splendor. Not a peep about Jesus casting out devils, or feed a mass of people with a few loafs of bread and a couple of fish. Or curing leprosy in an instant. Never came close to any mention contained in the sermons or teachings of Jesus.
The Lords Prayer is clearly written out and was composed by Jesus himself. Yet Paul in his epistles expresses that he does not know how to pray.
Paul was said to have died during the persecution by Nero in 64C.E. Yet the Church dates the epistles as written much later. In the First Epistle of Paul to Timothy it warns against the Marcionist work know as the Antithesis. Marcion was expelled from the church in 144 C.E. Yet the this Epistle refers to the book he wrote that caused his expulsion. The Epistle had to have been written after the book was written, and thus after the death of Paul. Proof of a forgery.
The First Epistle of Paul to Timothy, the Second Epistle of Paul to Timothy, and the Epistle of Paul to Titus are called “pastoral” Epistles. Pastoral means that these letters were written by Paul himself. The other epistles, or non-pastoral epistles, were written with his friends such as Sosthenes, Timothy, Silas, etc.
The dates attributed to the writing of the Epistles are based on what is contained in the writing and not on any carbon 14 dates of any document. Carbon dating of alleged authentic written pieces of the gospels and epistles have come back with an approximate date of 325 C.E.
Epistles Don’t Have
Epistles were the earliest Christian documents. They were written allegedly 20 to 70 years after the death of Jesus, according to the Church. Jesus is said to have died between 28 to 36 C.E. The Epistles never mention a Gospel. The Gospels it is said were written after the Epistles.
The Epistles talk of a divine Christ but never mention Jesus as a human.
The Epistles never say anything about the history or the time.
The Epistles never say anything about the sayings of Jesus.
The Epistles never say anything about the parables of Jesus.
The Epistles never say anything about the miracles of Jesus.
The Epistles never say anything about the last supper.
The Epistles never say anything about any historical events happening then regarding the death of Jesus.
The Epistles never say anything about the crucifixion of Jesus.
The Epistles never say anything about the empty tomb of Jesus.
The Epistles never say anything about Jesus rising from the tomb.
The Epistles never say anything about the events Jesus did around Jerusalem.
Encyclopedia Bilblica Quote
” With respect to the connonical Pauline Epistles, … there are none of them by Paul; neither fourteen, nor thirteen, nor nine or eight, nor yet even the four so long “universally” regarded as unassailable. They are all, without distinction, pseudographia (false-writings, forgeries) …”