Psychology, Bias, and Transformation: Paul vs. Muhammad (PvM 12)

Muhammad’s childhood experiences left him with some psychological predispositions, and these predispositions made certain beliefs and practices seem more appealing than others. When the beliefs and practices of seventh-century Arabia are filtered through Muhammad’s psychological framework, we get Islam.

Paul’s message, by contrast, required a radical transformation—something that shook him out of his previous view of Jesus and brought him into line with what Jesus’ followers were already saying.

This video is the twelfth comparison in David Wood’s “Paul vs. Muhammad” series. Here’s a link to the playlist:


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