The Catholic pontiff exoneration of Jesus Christ’s death by the Jews in his book has some validity though it was his personal opinion.
The outlandish subversion and corruption of the pure Unitarian gospel of Jesus by Paul of Tarsus to trinitarian has opened the door to more anti-Christ doctrines which were not based on convictions but rather on Pauline church policy and apparent necessity to protect the church vested interests of their established religion which was originally and mainly intended for the Gentiles.
Paul’s claim that he is an apostle of Jesus Christ was riddled with controversy and was staunchly opposed by the early believers of Jesus’ ministry as an enemy of the true gospel of Jesus Christ.
Contrary to what every Christian believes, it was not Jesus Christ nor his disciple Peter was the founder of modern Christianity, but it was Paul of Tarsus also known as Saul, the Roman centurion who was once responsible in persecuting the early classic Christians prior to his alleged conversion and later known as “St. Paul”, when he proclaim himself to be an apostle of Jesus Christ based on his story of his way to Damascus road incident.