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USER COMMENTS BY “ DR. YAMIL LUCIANO ”
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He is off for Christmas break.

But the Weapon of Mass Instruction is always turned on to serve as the beacon of truth to the sincere seeker.


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I feel your pain.

I usually do not do this, but I pressed the abuse button on Walt on the previous thread for bullying Michael Hraneck.

I was just curious if that actually works for non-calvinist.

I also pressed the abuse button here on Walt for demanding people to leave just because they are of a different opinion calling them "time-wasters." I would think that's a violation of 2 SA policies at once.


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I use God.

I here some Presby's use a little wine for the stomach.


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Is it not ironic how we are all debating and yet 94% of us suppose to agree.

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The Calvinist do not like yes and no questions?

It's too simple.

They like to dwell in the shade of theological doubt.


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Hello folks.

Do not worry. The Weapon of Mass Instruction is back loaded with loads of dehvastating truths.

Now who will be the first to welcome me back?

Lurker?


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Oh. Ok. I apologize for the confusion. I shoild have read more carefully, Linda.
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R.K. Borill wrote:
Yamil has revealed that he is a Jehovah's Witness
This is the depravity of the Calvinists. You do not have to agree with me to be a man of God, but the least you can do is to be honest.

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Alan H wrote:
JD,
It sounds like Yamil was just being sarcastic,
Yes. Although I missed a couple of words that would've made my statement more clear, from my post it is quite obvious that I was not stating that I was a JW. The Calvinist can't refute the truth so they resort to contortions. If they do not think twice about contorting the Word of God then I see no reason why they should not do so to me.

Walt wrote:
Yamil, you are now going to need to come back with some solid arguments.
Sure. Give me something to refute and I promise that you will not go home disappointed.

All I see is someone portraying himself to know logical fallacys when it is quite evident that he has no idea what he's talking about.

It does not take a genius to refute you guys.

The Calvinist state: "For God so loved the elect..."

The Bible states: "For God so loved the world..."

See how easy that was.

Now tell me, what else would you like me to refute?


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Sorry Linda you feel that way.

I think if you read my previous posts you will find that I do call myself a sinner.

The difference between I and you, is that you want to excuse your sin. I rather run to the blood of Jesus and ask for forgiveness and move on knowing that I have been forgiven.

God will never ask you to do something that he hates. He will never ask you to ruin the picture of how Christ forgives the church. He will never ask you to not forgive.

Where is the zeal for holiness in the Lord's house?

Lord help us, the church is filled with a bunch of flimsy, self-gratifying perverts under the guise of victims.


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Lurker wrote:
What else could "all" mean? I already gave you the verse which tells you exactly what it means...
***All that the Father giveth me*** shall come to me; and him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out. (John 6:37)
I am forcing an interpretation?? Now that is a hoot!! No, Abigail, it was you, by omitting the brackets on [men] in your paraphrase, who was forcing an interpretation viz. all mankind (universalism). Accept the H S inspired text as received and your objection to DB falls flat on its face where it belongs.
Allt the 40 plus KJV translators were forcing an interpretation when they added the word all next to men.

They meant to add the word elect next to all in John 12:32 but they forgot just like the forgot to add it somewhere in John 6. Nevertheless, we can forgive them since we have Lurker here to tell us what they meant to translate since he can read their minds all the way to each of their graves.

Sounds like the F_anciful L_and of the Calvinist to me,


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All as in all men.

Simple english folks.


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Ok, DB. I accept the fact that you have no objective proof for your definition of death.

I am glad tha you have digressed a little and indirectly revealed that my defintion is more tenable by using it to revise yours.

Nevertheless it still falls way short.

I understand. That's usually the way it goes.

Now I hope you understand what I mean when I state that your definition is nothing but a fabricated fancy that does not exist anywehre in the world.


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(16 hours later)

chirp-chirp


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Why won't you simply humble yourself before the Weapon of Mass Instruction instead of having to humiliate yourself in the middle of the blogosphere?

I promise that I will not gloat too much.

You make good analogies but if you are going to base your doctrine on a clever analogy you have just stepped into the the arena of willful ignorance.

You have no answer. The dehvastating truth is that the Bible does not define death as inability neither does any dictionary in existence.

What you have left is some wishful thinking. And for someone that is suppose to be a sincere seeker of truth, it is quite disappointing.

I think its time for you to change your monicker now.

I prescribe you a good exhaustive dictionary.

You do not believe that death=death.
You believe death=inability.
There is no dictionary in the world that supports such a definition.
You insist on propagating a theological lie just for your own existential pleasure.


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ribbit


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Are you going to answer my question or are you going insist on demonstrating to us the itchy-twitchy dance.

You said that death means inability.

Now tell me, what dictionary on the face of this universe defines death as inability?

I'm sure there has to be a better reason other than because it sounds good.

Like I said, your definition of "death" is nothing more than a fabrication that exists only in the F_anciful L_and of the Calvinist.

You do not believe that death=death.
You believe death=inability.
There is no dictionary in the world that supports such a definition.
You insist on propagating a theological lie just for your own existential pleasure.


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I apologize for trying to be consistent with my definition.

I was simply trying to demonstrate how the metaphorical definition of death is used in every context in the Bible not just in my pet verses like some have done.

I agree with your last assessment. But all of God does not mean that man has no moral ability.


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The inspired writer James offered the clearest picture of this idea of death when he wrote: “For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also” (James 2:26). According to James, faith that is separated from works is a dead faith in the same way that a body which is separated from the soul is a dead body.

The Enhanced Strong’s Lexicon gives the following primary definition of the Greek word that is translated “death” (thanatos): “(1) the death of the body (1a) that separation (whether natural or violent) of the soul and the body by which life on earth is ended” (“Thanatos:2505,” 1999). That physical death is viewed in the Bible as separation is evident from several scriptures.


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(Be sure to read the bottom of my previous post)

To be continued...

...unlike the Calvinist's fabricated definition. The only place their definition trully would make sense is in their pet verses in the context of their own theology.

Even in Ephesians 2, the spiritual condition of death is further defined when

Ephesians 2:12 wrote:
that at that time ye were WITHOUT Christ, being ALIENS from the commonwealth of Israel, and STRANGERS from the covenants of promise, having no hope, and WITHOUT God in the world:
Ironically, although the Calvinist love to quote Ephesians 2:1 to teach total inability, there is nothing there that speaks of inability at all let alone any kind of ability.

Read the whole chapter. You will find that the overwhelming emphasis and the main point is that the sinner was once separated from God but through the blood of Christ he was reconciled to Him.

Ephesians 2:15-19 wrote:
15having abolished in his flesh the enmity, even the law of commandments contained in ordinances; for to make in himself of twain one new man, so making peace; 16and that he might reconcile both unto God in one body by the cross, having slain the enmity thereby: 17and came and preached peace to you which were...

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Sorry Just Wondering, I had to change my post since, DB finally realize that his search for his fabricated definition is hopeless.

I can't pass that up.

DB wrote:
Death is the cause of the inability.

You know, cause, effect.

You are unable to save yourself because you are spiritually dead.

How complicated is that.

DB, I did not ask for your deductive reasoning skills nor did I request your ability to make far-fetched analogies. I am sure that all the false religionists can do the same.

What I did ask is what objective source do you have that defines death as "inability'?
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Just Wondering wrote:
Yamil,
Just wondering,
What is your definition of dead? And please don't answer, "dead". Give something with some meat to it.
Thank you.
You mean do not be like DB?

Ok.

I like to keep it simple. When death is used metaphorically, it means "separation."

physical death= separation from body and soul
spiritual death= separation from God
Eternal death= eternal separation from God.

I believe that this definition of death can be used consistently througout the Bible, unlike... (to be continued)

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