Apostle Peter blocked Paul on Social Media

Church Life

Evidence has been uncovered that the Apostle Peter did not take kindly to the rebuke he received from the Apostle Paul.

The story unfolds in Galatians 2:11-13. Paul got in Peter’s face about Peter giving in to peer pressure from some of his old peeps. Peter refused to eat with Gentiles because he feared his friends might look bad on him. That part of the story is well known because it came from Paul’s point of view.

But in now declassified disciple documents it has been discovered that Peter blocked Paul from all of his social media accounts including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat.

Not much is known about their MySpace accounts.  It does appear that there was a bit of reconciliation on the Disciple GroupMe account but Peter decided that his social media accounts had nothing to do with work and he wanted to keep his work out of his personal life.

Reporter: Northworst Seminary

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