The apostle Paul said in Galatians 1:20, "Now the things which I write unto you, behold, before God, I lie not." So, who said Paul was lying about the things he said in Galatians 1? The writer of the Acts (supposedly Luke) did.
said that Paul was struck blind and led about by hand and was taught
the things he must do and was baptized by the disciples at Damascus
(Acts 9: 18-19).
Paul said nothing about being struck
blind but that he received a revelation from God and Jesus Christ and
that he conferred not with flesh and blood but went into Arabia and
returned to Damascus (Gal. 1:11-17).
Luke said that
Paul went to Jerusalem and tried to join the disciples but they were
afraid of him and that Barnabus brought Paul before the apostles. Then
Paul was with them (the disciples) going in and coming out at Jerusalem
Paul said that he went to Jerusalem
after 3 years of preaching his gospel and went to see Peter and stayed
with him for 15 days and didn't see any of the other apostles except
James. (Gal. 1:18-19).
Luke said that Paul was summoned
to Jerusalem about the circumcision dispute and went preaching his
gospel to all and then went into private conference with the apostles
(Acts 15: 1-5).
Paul said that he went up to Jerusalem by revelation and spoke to the apostles privately (Gal. 2:1-2).
says that the apostles added three things to Paul's gentile converts
and instructed that they could learn the rest of the law of Moses by
attending the synagogues in every city (Acts 15:19-21).
Paul said that "they added nothing to me" (Gal. 2: 6).
said that Paul was in subjection to the other apostles (Acts 15) Paul
said he wasn't (Gal. 2). But, remember that Paul said, "before God, I
lie not". No doubt, somebody was lying...