Pauline Christianity refers to those branches of Christianity that accept as scripture both the epistles of Paul and the Gospels, but reject the Gnostic texts. The term is used historically to distinguish this branch of Christianity from the Ebionites and Gnostics. Most, if not all, Christians today are Pauline Christians.

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