No... Paul never supported that (At least you have to support it with more than just you saying so)
No, as Paul said:
NO, You listen to a Pharisee that named himself Apostle Paul, a man that killed followers of Jesus and teaches Jesus should die. In John 8, Jesus said those that seek to kill him do not love God, and do not love Jesus and are not the people of God. That is specific and applies to every person in the world that wants Jesus to die. God did not want Jesus to die on a stake/cross. Jesus was to walk and preach to save life and as a self professed prophet of the future, Jesus should never have been killed in Jerusalem. Love of God, righteousness and truth would have been "perfected" if people had ACCEPTED the righteous court judgement that Jesus was innocent and was to be set free.
Jesus specifically said Pharisees are liars. If more than 12 Apostles were allowed by Jesus then not just Matthais would have been selected but also the righteous disciple
Barsabbas (also called Justus and Joseph) would have been selected as an Apostle. Jesus said 12 thrones in heaven for Apostles. Jesus does not want anyone to be deceived by a lying Pharisee. And when Paul says "all are one in Christ" , he is not referencing the Jesus Christ of Nazareth. Paul references the same Christ , bloodline of David, that Paul supports, not the true Jesus Christ that rejects any bloodline connection with the adulterous killer David.
Paul said," Abraham is the father of us all" and Jesus said, "call no man father."
1 John 2:22
Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son."
Understand the difference between the "Jesus Christ" Paul exalts and the true Jesus Christ, Son of God that is not a "son of David" as Paul claims by lying to exalt
both Abraham and David and Paul since Paul claims to be "a son of Abraham".
Jesus called sons of Abraham, "vipers" and Jesus did not say except Paul. Paul was alive when Jesus was alive and opposed what Jesus taught. Paul continued to preach the exact same doctrine Paul supported in the temple; the doctrine that Jesus opposed, proving Paul never did convert. Paul just stole the name of Jesus to exalt Paul's own ideas of what doctrine a Jewish "Christ" should teach. That is doctrine Paul learned from his Pharisee father. Do not forget that Jesus told us that men would come in his name, "Jesus Christ" and they are not Jesus! One of those is the fake Jesus Christ that Paul invented to support what Paul wants to teach.
There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.
Sounds pretty equal to me.
Where did Jesus say that he would only have 12 Apostles? Apparently the Holy Spirit doesn't agree with you:
As they ministered to the Lord, and fasted, the Holy Ghost said, Separate me Barnabas and Saul for the work whereunto I have called them.
So the Greek word apostle
is used to describe the original 12, another group of 70, plus Matthias and Paul — and then 11 others:
- Apollos (see 1 Corinthians 4:6-13)
- Epaphroditus (see Philippians 2:25; “messenger” is apostolos in the Greek)
- James, the Lord’s brother (see Galatians 1:19)
- Barnabas (see Acts 14:4,14; 1 Corinthians 9:5,6)
- Andronicus (see Romans 16:7)
- Junia (see Romans 16:7)
- Titus (see 2 Corinthians 8:23; “messenger” is apostolos in the Greek)
- An unnamed brother with Titus (see 2 Corinthians 8:18,23)
- Another unnamed brother with Titus (see 2 Corinthians 8:22,23)
- Timothy (see 1 Thessalonians 1:1; 2:6)
- Silas (see 1 Thessalonians 1:1; 2:6)
Maybe you mean there were only 12 "original" apostles (not counting Jesus of course)
I think, with the first three errors, it will be redundant to continue on with others.