While reading online early this morning, I came across a writing in which a person rejected Paul’s authority and as a result any words by Paul in the Bible. He held the extreme Pelagius view that he was good enough to keep the law and didn’t need Christ. He used the testimony of the Gospels to show that even Christ taught he was not God and that salvation was a free choice of whether a person was going to keep the law or not. What caught my interest was his attempt to support his view by using the Bible less any writings by Paul. It got me to thinking, if one does not use the writings of Paul, what view do the Scriptures most likely support? Without Paul's letters to the churches, is more support given the Pelagian Armenian view or the Augustinian Calvinist view, or is there another view that might emerge?