Did God approve of Paul's Gospel but not Peter's? ............................................ Some have suggested that there were two Gospels being preached. A Gospel of works by Peter and a Gospel of grace by Paul. But if Peter were preaching in his apostleship to the Jews the wrong Gospel would God continue to work in Peter's apostleship? I wouldn't think so. Yet, it appears that Paul , himself, says that God was at work in Peter's apostleship to the Jews. For Paul's unqualifiedly says , "God wrought effectually in Peter to the apostleship of the circumcision." (Gal 2:8, KJV) Now at the risk of boring most readers with little technicalities , may I point out that the verb energeo (wrought effectually) is regularly used in the sense of God accomplishing HIS OWN will as : "God which worketh all in all" or "(God) worketh in me mightily" or "the power that worketh in us" ( 1 Cor 12:6; Col 1:29; Eph 3:20 and several others too)!! This verse, Gal 2:8, therefore, seems to put me in the position of supposing that God was accomplishing HIS OWN will through Peter's apostleship. But I think God would not be doing that IF Peter were preaching a Gospel of which God did not approve. I reason in this manner: premise: God would only work to achieve His will through Peter's apostleship IF God approved of Peter's Gospel. premise: But God DID work through Peter to achieve His will as Paul plainly says.(Gal 2:8). conclusion: Therefore, God approved of Peter's Gospel! Just another reason to think that Paul and Peter preached the same Gospel.