The Pauline Epistles (Romans to Philemon) are all that apply to the Church, the body of Christ, for doctrine:
- All of the books of the Bible were written FOR you, but not all of the books of the Bible are written TO you (2 Tim 3:16).
- Mt, Mk, Lk, and Jn are OT books, written to/for Israel concerning the arrival of their Messiah/King (Rom 15:8).
- Acts is a book of transition.
- Romans to Philemon was written for the Church, the body of Christ, of which Paul was its unique apostle.
- Hebrews to Revelation was written for believing Jews during Daniel’s 70th Week (the Tribulation Period).
- These books are for the future and thus further demonstrate the supernatural nature of the Bible.
- Hebrews to Revelation are considered “Tribulation epistles.”
- Hebrews to Revelation are considered “Hebrew epistles.”
- Paul’s theology is not in the prophets, not in the four Gospels, and not in the writings of John, Peter, James, or Jude.
- Paul’s theology is unique revelation intended as doctrine for the Church, the body of Christ.