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Hebrews is believed to be written by Paul, but according to en.Wikipedia.org under Hebrews (Bible) it is written by Barnabas. Does Paul portray in any way that Jesus was not essential? Erasmus, the one who made the Canon I think, first believed along with some other books that Hebrews was heretical. I believe under the major Christian theology that he would be right.
 
Hebrews is believed to be written by Paul, but according to en.Wikipedia.org under Hebrews (Bible) it is written by Barnabas. Does Paul portray in any way that Jesus was not essential? Erasmus, the one who made the Canon I think, first believed along with some other books that Hebrews was heretical. I believe under the major Christian theology that he would be right.
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hey anyone else realise this: gods will was for people to suffer on earth, by jesus not wanting this to happen and attempting to stop and rectify this, he is being disobediant as the SON of God. doesn't he then, deserve to be stoned to death, as is the punishment designated for such an offense? [[User:Daemonowner|Daemonowner]]

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Under the Mythic View Hebrews 8:4,

Hebrews is believed to be written by Paul, but according to en.Wikipedia.org under Hebrews (Bible) it is written by Barnabas. Does Paul portray in any way that Jesus was not essential? Erasmus, the one who made the Canon I think, first believed along with some other books that Hebrews was heretical. I believe under the major Christian theology that he would be right.

--ARedButtonThatSaysDo 16:33, 30 July 2009 (CDT)

hey anyone else realise this: gods will was for people to suffer on earth, by jesus not wanting this to happen and attempting to stop and rectify this, he is being disobediant as the SON of God. doesn't he then, deserve to be stoned to death, as is the punishment designated for such an offense? Daemonowner

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