And, of course, every person acts and says the same thing the same way every time.
You are committing the fallacy of the "argument from silence."
Compare Galatians with 1 Corinthians. There were things in Corinth that he strongly condemned, yet he started out by finding things for which to praise them and thank God for them. IN Galatians, there were none of the sins that we think are so spectaular, yet he starts out there with "You idiots!"
that he did not say what you wanted him to say where you wanted him to say it is no argument.