Christians have to decide whether to obey Jesus or to obey Paul.
(1)Jesus says we should beware of the doctrine of the Pharisees (Luke 12:1); but Paul proclaimed himself a Pharisee even as a Christian (Acts 23:6).
(2) Jesus warns that not everyone who calls him Lord will enter the kingdom of heaven (Matthew 7:21); but Paul says everyone who calls upon the name of the Lord shall be saved (Romans 10:13).
(3) Jesus asks men to preach the gospel (Matthew 28:18-19); but Paul says he did not receive his own gospel from men (Galatians 1:11-12).
(4) Jesus himself was circumcised (Luke 2:21); but Paul says if we are circumcised we would be estranged from Christ (Galatians 5:2-4).
(5) Jesus says children of God are born spiritually (John 3:3); but Paul says children of God are adopted (Romans 8:15).
(6) Jesus says God must be the only father of believers (Matthew 23:9); but Paul proclaims himself the father of some believers (Philemon 1:10; 1 Corinthians 4:15).
(7) Jesus says there is only one pastor and he is the one (John 10:16); but Paul says there are many pastors (Ephesians 4:11).
(8) Jesus says there is only one teacher and he is the one (Matthew 23:8); but Paul says there are many teachers and that God ordained him as a teacher (1 Timothy 2:7).
(9) Jesus says we should pray in private and not on street-corners (Matthew 6:5-6); but Paul says we should pray everywhere (1 Timothy 2:8).
(10) Jesus says we should not eat food sacrificed to idols (Revelation 2:14); but Paul says it does not matter if we eat food sacrificed to idols (1 Corinthians 8:8; Romans 14:14).
(11) Jesus says we should not receive payment for preaching the gospel (Matthew 10:8); but Paul says we should receive payment for preaching the gospel (1 Corinthians 9:11).
(12) Jesus warns us to beware of thieves and robbers masquerading as pastors (John 10:1/8); but Paul admits to robbing churches in the name of receiving wages from them (2 Corinthians 11:8).
(13) Jesus asks us to baptise as we preach the gospel (Matthew 28:19); but Paul dismisses the importance of baptism (1 Corinthians 1:17).
(14) Jesus says in preaching the gospel we should build on other men’s foundations (John 4:38); but Paul says he is determined not to build on other men’s foundations (Romans 15:20).
(15) Jesus says we should not swear or curse (Matthew 5:34-37); but Paul swears and curses (2 Corinthians 1:23; Galatians 1:9).
(16) Jesus is against the use of deception (John 1:47); but Paul boasts of using deception (2 Corinthians 12:16).
(17) Jesus says we should disregard public opinion (Luke 6:26; John 15:18-19); but Paul actively courts public opinion (1 Corinthians 10:33; 1 Corinthians 9:20-22).
(18) Jesus says God is not the God of the dead (Luke 20:38); but Paul says God is the God of the dead (Romans 14:9).
(19) Jesus says believers will never die (John 11:26); but Paul says believers died with Christ (Romans 6:8).
(20) Jesus says he was a ransom for only some people (Matthew 20:28); but Paul says Jesus was a ransom for everybody (1 Timothy 2:6).
(21) Jesus says some men are righteous (Matthew 13:17; Matthew 23:35); but Paul says no one is righteous (Romans 3:10).
(22) Jesus says he is not the saviour of the righteous (Matthew 9:12-13); but Paul says Jesus is the saviour of all men (1 Timothy 4:10).
(23) Jesus says the kingdom of God has been taken away from Israel (Matthew 21:43); but Paul says all Israel will be saved (Romans 11:26).
(24) Jesus says God does not desire sacrifices (Matthew 9:13); but Paul says God sacrificed Jesus to himself (1 Corinthians 5:7).
(25) Jesus says he did not come to abrogate the law (Matthew 5:17-18); but Paul says Jesus abrogated the law (Romans 10:4; Colossians 2:14).
(26) Jesus says salvation is by works (Matthew 7:21; Matthew 21:28-31); but Paul says salvation is not by works but by grace (Ephesians 2:8-9).
(27) Jesus says our trespasses will only be forgiven if we forgive others (Matthew 6:14-15); but Paul says all our trespasses have already been forgiven (Colossians 2:13).
(28) Jesus says our receiving mercy depends on our being merciful (Matthew 5:7); but Paul says our receiving mercy depends entirely on God’s discretion (Romans 9:16).
(29) Jesus says we will be justified by our own words (Matthew 12:37); but Paul says we are justified by faith (Romans 3:28).
(30) Jesus says eternal life is very costly (Matthew 19:29; Luke 14:28-33); but Paul says eternal life is a free gift (Romans 6:23).
(31) Jesus says eternal life is attained by hearing and acting on his words (John 5:24); but Paul says eternal life is attained by grace (Romans 5:21).
(32) Jesus says God’s commandments give life (Matthew 19:17); but Paul says God’s commandments bring death (Romans 7:10; 2 Corinthians 3:7).
(33) Jesus says all God’s commandments are summed up in two commandments; love God and love your neighbour (Matthew 22:37-40). But Paul says all God’s commandments are summed up in only one commandment; love your neighbour (Galatians 5:14; Romans 13:9).
(34) Jesus says we should love our enemy because we want to be like God, our Father (Matthew 5:44-45); but Paul says we should love our enemy in order to pour coals of fire on his head (Romans 12:20).
(35) Jesus warns us to beware of anyone who tells us the time is at hand (Luke 21:8); but Paul tells us the time is at hand (Romans 13:12).
(36) Jesus called only twelve apostles (Matthew 10:2-5; Matthew 19:28); but Paul claims Jesus called more than twelve apostles; including himself among others (Romans 1:1; Romans 16:7).
(37) Jesus was declared to be the Son of God many times before his death and resurrection (Matthew 3:16-17; Matthew 16:15-17; Matthew 17:5); but Paul says Jesus was declared to be the Son of God by his resurrection (Romans 1:4).
(38) Jesus says we should seek the kingdom of God and his righteousness (Matthew 6:33); but Paul says we should seek glory, honour and immortality (Romans 2:7).
(39) Jesus preaches the gospel of the kingdom of God (Matthew 4:23); but Paul preaches his own gospel (Romans 2:16); the gospel of the grace of God (Acts 20:24).
(40) Jesus says: “All liars shall have their part in the lake which burns with fire and brimstone” (Revelation 21:8); but Paul says God’s truth increased through the lies he told (Romans 3:7).
(41) Jesus says the word of God is truth (John 17:17); but Paul says the gospel can be preached with falsehood (Philippians 1:18).
(42) Jesus says if we witness about ourselves our witness is false (John 5:31; John 7:18); but most of what we know about Paul is what he witnesses about himself (2 Corinthians 11:22-33).
(43) Jesus says we should follow him (Matthew.16:24); but Paul says we should follow him (Philippians 3:17; 1 Corinthians 4:16).
(44) Jesus says he is a man of flesh and blood (John 8:40; Luke 24:39); but Paul says Jesus is a spirit (1 Corinthians 15:45) who merely looked like a man (Philippians 2:7; Romans 8:3).
(45) Jesus teaches his disciples to pray and gives us prayer guidelines (Luke 11:1-4); but Paul says believers don’t know how to pray (Romans 8:26).
(46) Jesus says there will be eating and drinking in the kingdom of God (Luke 22:29-30); but Paul says the kingdom of God is not in eating and drinking (Romans 14:17).
(47) Jesus says God is greater than he is (John 14:28); but Paul says Jesus is equal with God (Philippians 2:6).
(48) Jesus said on the cross that the work of salvation was finished (John 19:30); but Paul says he completed what Jesus failed to finish (Colossians 1:24).
(49) Jesus says we should obey his commandments (John 14:15); but Paul issues his own commandments and insists we should obey them (1 Corinthians 7:10-12; 1 Corinthians 7:25; 1 Timothy 2:11-12).
(50) Jesus says the word he speaks is the word of God (John 8:26; John 14:10/24); but Paul says the word he speaks is the word of God (1 Thessalonians 2:13).
(51) Jesus delivered sinners from Satan (Luke 4:18; Matthew 12:27-29); but Paul delivered sinners to Satan (1 Corinthians 5:4-5).
(52) Jesus says we should not call people fools otherwise we would be in danger of judgment (Matthew 5:22); but Paul called people fools (1 Corinthians 15:35-36; Galatians 3:1).
(53) Jesus says Abel, Adam’s direct son, was righteous (Matthew 23:35); but Paul says all Adam’s descendants are unrighteous (Romans 5:12/19; Romans 3:10).
(54) Jesus says remission of sins comes through repentance (Luke 24:47); but Paul says remission of sins comes through cleansing by the blood of Jesus (Ephesians 1:7; Colossians 1:14).
(55) Jesus says we should love our enemies and pray for them (Matthew 5:44); but Paul wished his enemies would be castrated (Galatians 5:12).
(56) Jesus prevented a woman caught in adultery from being stoned to death (John 8:1-11); but Paul directed that an adulterous man’s flesh be destroyed (1 Corinthians 5:4-5).
(57) Jesus says we can know if something is sinful through our conscience (Luke 12:55-57); but Paul says without the law we cannot know if something is sinful (Romans 7:7)
(58) Jesus says if God is for us, the whole world would be against us (John 15:18-19); but Paul says if God is for us, no one would dare to be against us (Romans 8:31).
(59) Jesus says the heavenly Father gives us “good things” (Matthew 7:11); but Paul says the heavenly Father gives us “all things” (Romans 8:32).
(60) Jesus says only those who do the will of the Father will enter the kingdom of heaven (Matthew 7:21); but Paul says heaven is only for those who have been predestined to salvation (Romans 8:29-30; Romans 9:23-24).
(61) Jesus is the Saviour in the gospel according to Jesus (John 3:16-17); but Paul is the saviour in the gospel according to Paul (Romans 11:14).
(62) Jesus says only a few of those called by God will ultimately be chosen (Matthew 22:14); but Paul says all those called by God will ultimately be chosen (Romans 11:29).
(63) Jesus says some things are of the devil (John 8:44); but Paul says all things are of God (2 Corinthians 5:18; Romans 11:36).
(64) Jesus says we should not retaliate and offers us no satisfaction for wrongs done to us (Matthew 5:38-39); but Paul teaches that revenge will be ours, only that God will be the instrument of that revenge (Romans 12:19).
(65) Jesus refused to be subject to the authority of the devil even though the devil is the ruler of this world (Luke 4:5-8; John 14:30); but Paul says we should be subject to the governing authorities of this world (Romans 13:1).
(66) Jesus says we should beware of the ruling authorities of this world because they will persecute us (Matthew 10:17-19); but Paul says we should not beware of the ruling authorities of this world because they are not a terror to good works (Romans 13:3-4).
(67) Jesus says God’s ministers don’t take up the sword and don’t even fight (Matthew 26:52; Matthew 5:39); but Paul says God’s ministers take up the sword and use them (Romans 13:3-4).
(68) Jesus says we should love our enemies (Matthew 5:44); but Paul says we should love our neighbour (Romans 13:9-10).
(69) Jesus says our good will be spoken of as evil (Matthew 10:25); but Paul says we should not allow our good to be spoken of as evil (Romans 14:16).
(70) Jesus says he who is acceptable to God will not be approved by men (John 15:18-19; Luke 16:15); but Paul says he who is acceptable to God will be approved by men (Romans 14:18).
(71) Jesus resurrected bodily as a man with flesh and blood (Luke 24:39-43); but Paul says flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God (1 Corinthians 15:50).
(72) Jesus kept company with sinners (Matthew 9:10-13); but Paul says we should not keep company with sinners (1 Corinthians 5:9-11; 2 Thessalonians 3:6).
(73) Jesus says he will build his church by himself (Matthew 16:18); but Paul says he is the wise “master builder” who lays the foundation of the church (1 Corinthians 3:10).
(74) Jesus sets captives free (Luke 4:18); but Paul says slaves should remain as slaves (1 Corinthians 7:20-24).
(75) Jesus says sons of God should be servants of men (Matthew 20:25-28); but Paul says sons of God should not be servants of men (1 Corinthians 7:23).
(76) Jesus asks us to provide services to our fellow men out of a sense of duty (Luke 17:7-10); but Paul says our services should be rendered in exchange for material rewards (1 Corinthians 9:7-11).
(77) Jesus berated the Jews for keeping their man-made traditions instead of the commandments of God (Mark 7:6-9); but Paul established new man-made traditions for Christians (1 Corinthians 11:2-7).
(78) Jesus says he is the first and the beginning of God’s creation (Revelation 1:11; Revelation 3:14); but Paul says Jesus is second to Adam (1 Corinthians 15:47).
(79) Jesus says the believer is his relative (Mark 3:35); but Paul says the believer is Jesus’ wife and body (Ephesians 5:30-32; 1 Corinthians 12:27).
(80) Jesus says the kingdom of God is meant for little children (Matthew 18:3-4); but Paul says we should put away childish things (1 Corinthians 13:11).
(81) Jesus says the kingdom of God is for little children (Matthew 18:3-4); but Paul says children are slaves and not sons of God (Galatians 4:1-3).
(82) Jesus says we should determine a true prophet by his fruits (Matthew 7:16/20); but Paul says we should determine a true prophet by the extent to which he agrees with him (1 Corinthians 14:37-38).
(83) Jesus says he will never leave us and will always be with us (Matthew 28:20; John 14:16); but Paul says Jesus is not with us while we are alive (2 Corinthians 5:6).
(84) Jesus cautions his disciples against exercising authority over men (Matthew 20:25-26); but Paul claims Jesus gave him authority over men (2 Corinthians 10:8).
(85) Jesus says false prophets will do great signs and wonders (Matthew 24:24-25); but Paul says true apostles of Christ will do great signs and wonders (2 Corinthians 12:12).
(86) Jesus says the children of Abraham will do the works of Abraham (John 8:39); but Paul says the children of Abraham will have the faith of Abraham (Galatians 3:5-7).
(87) Jesus says we should be like him (Luke 6:40); but Paul says we should be like him (Galatians 4:12).
(88) Jesus says the fruit of the Spirit is what a man says (Luke 6:44-45); but Paul says the fruit of the Spirit is love (Galatians 5:22-23).
(89) Jesus says we should give him our burdens to carry (Matthew 11:28-30); but Paul’s says we should carry our own burdens (Galatians 6:5).
(90) Jesus says we should not discriminate (Matthew 5:45); but Paul says we should discriminate in favour of believers (Galatians 6:10).
(91) Jesus says none of the Pharisees kept the law (John 7:19); but Paul says he kept all the laws of Moses as a Pharisee (Philippians 3:6).
(92) Jesus says the believer will be raised up from the dead on the last day ((John 6:39-40); but Paul says the believer has already been raised up with Christ (Colossians 3:1).
(93) Jesus says we don’t need to increase our faith, all we need is faith as a mustard seed (Luke 17:5-6); but Paul talks about increasing the faith of the Thessalonians (2 Thessalonians 1:3).
(94) Jesus presents a framework where people are fed mercifully when they are hungry (Matthew 6:26, Matthew 25:41-46); but Paul says those who don’t work should not eat (2 Thessalonians 3:10).
(95) Jesus says he has come to call sinners to repentance (Matthew 9:13); but Paul says Jesus came to save sinners (1 Timothy 1:15).
(96) Jesus says our acts of righteousness should not be done before men (Matthew 6:1-4); but Paul says we must make sure our acts of righteousness are evident to all men (1 Timothy 4:15).
(97) Since the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus, men continue to die (Acts 12:1-2); but Paul says Jesus abolished death (2 Timothy 1:10).
(98) Jesus raised certain people from the dead during his ministry (Mark 5:41-42; John 11:43-44); but Paul says Jesus was the first person to rise from the dead (Acts 26:23).
(99) Jesus says except we become like little children, we will not inherit the kingdom of God (Matthew 18:3); but Paul appointed and glorified church elders in every city he went (Titus 1:5).
(100) Jesus says our works of righteousness must exceed those of the scribes and the Pharisees (Matthew 5:20); but Paul says our works of righteousness don’t count (Titus 3:5-6; Galatians 2:16).
(101) Jesus says he did not come to bring peace on earth (Matthew 10:34); but Paul says Jesus established peace on earth (Ephesians 2:15-17).
Whose report do you believe?
I only believe the report of Jesus Christ.