Strange as it may seem, Paul’s conversion and really brilliant insights into "heavenly things", it was really Abner who made the valiant attempt to preserve the gospel of the kingdom of heaven at Antioch. The gospel began to change immediately after Jesus ascension into heaven and the subsequent outpouring of "the spirit of truth". In Peter’s impulsive enthusiasm, a new understanding began to assert itself which lead to Paul’s formation of the atonement doctrine.
Is more shared about Abners teachings and interpretation of the Masters words compared to his associates with whom he differed?
Granted, we already have a shift of difference between the Jerusalem community and Paul's gospel to the gentiles. The UB accentuates more the 'social gospel' aspect of Jesus....the Fatherhood of God and brotherhood of Man, so curious as to Abners views. Elsewhere I see only 'Love' as being the true atonement for all.