Paul was a self appointed apostle (1Tim 2:7), who wasn't qualified to be an apostle (Acts 1:21-22), lied as an apostle (Eph 1:1; Rev 2:2) and not accepted as an apostle by Jesus Christ (Rev 21:14). Even his own conversion testimony is contradicting each other (Acts 9:7; Acts 22:9; Acts 26:14). A matter is resolved by 2 or 3 witnesses (Matt 18:16). Here we have 3 different verses giving witness about a conversion showing that it never happened i.e., contradicting each other. "It is hard for you to kick against the goads." (Acts 26:14b) - Do you really think Jesus while speaking to Paul in Hebrew is quoting an Olympian god Dionysus from 'The Bacchae' written by Euripides? I don't think so.