I ask myself wether it is possible that just like humans which make mistakes and which change their theology because they learn new things, Paul also might not have had the 100% correct theology in the beginning. What if Paul wrote about stuff and later on realized that he was wrong? Then we have wrong stuff in the bible and think that it's correct. For example Paul says in 2.Corinthians that he is as good as the other apostles but in another book he says that he's the smallest of them or something like that. This means he changed his mind. What if Paul also changed his mind about other things? Why should he always have been right? There is no christian pastor who is always right, we all make mistakes. The bible also says that our insight is patchwork. Then why should Paul always have been right? I mean christians say that if you have 2 verses in the bible which seem to contradict each other then we don't understand them correctly but what if they are simply making everything fit together somehow and simply find some explanations to make everything fit together? When you're clever enough you can make everything somehow fit together but this doesn't mean it's correct.