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USER COMMENTS BY “ DR. YAMIL LUCIANO ”
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(13 hours later)

Yea, that's what I thought.


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Nope I do not hold to that definition of death.

It's just a Red Herring. Just because I oppose the Calvinist's thesis does not mean that I support the antithesis to what the definition would be.

A synonym for "power" is not "ability." I think you are thinking of "authority." When the Bible states that we are dead to sin. It is not stating that we are unable to sin, but rather that sin has no authority or power over us.

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Ok DB. If you have not found it by now, odds are you will never find it.

Trust me.

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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None. That's why I also do not define death as the ability to do anything.

Thanks for the Red Herring but are you interested in helping DB find a dictionary on the face of this universe that defines "death" as "inability"?

He can really use your help. It seems like he has a huge task on his hands.


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So you do not believe that dead=dead like you said. You believe that dead=inability.

Now tell me. What dictionary on the face of this godless universe defines "death" as "inability"?
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Oh great! More Calvinists. The more the merrier.

Anyone else?

Thanks Quack Galore for preserving the post that SA deleted. Apparently since you, a Calvinist, posted it, it is ok for you to keep it.


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Discerning Believer wrote:
Yamil,
What abilities does a corpse have?
No. Let's deal with the issue of your dishonesty. No need to try to change the subject again.

Do you believe that death=inability?

You are in a roll. Anymore lies.

Let's see whether you will come out on the carpet.

Yes or no?

DB wrote:
Sometimes Yamil, there are more than one topic going on at the same time and I try my best to cover them. It is not all about you Yamil there are others here as well!
Well, wake up and smell the coffee. It's not always about me, but that time it was. There was no need to mention me or contents in my post if if you trully believed it was not about me.

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Thanks Linda. It really touched my heart when I recalled how Jesus saved me, who was a spiritual fornicator. And even after I've been married to him, when I go awhoring after other gods, he never divorced me.

Thank you Jesus.


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Discerning Believer wrote:
I challenge you to show me where I quoted any divines as you call them or the WCF.
If you read my post, I was reffering to you plural (all of you). Which of course that would include you too. Quoting the divines is as humanistic as one could get.

Discerning Believer wrote:
I change no definitions. "dead = dead"
So are you recounted your confession that dead=inability? I seriously doubt it. Your are either dishonest or ashamed of what you believe. I think the truth is closer to the former.

Discerning Believer wrote:
I gave you verb tenses and how they applied to John 3:16, so there was no bailing out.
There is a difference between making an assertion and proving your assertion. I asked you to prove it. You simply went on to a different subject like you normally do.

DB wrote:
I have not proudly admitted to "converting" to any theological system and challenge you to find that quote.
Yeah, tell that to your pastor and see if he will be convinced. It's kinda like me saying that I am not a JW. I just happen to believe in the 144,000, that Jesus is not God, and that there is no hell.

I prescribe you reality.


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Linda, I have to go now but I will get back to you.

Walt, ask him to come over here. See how he fairs with the Weapon of Mass Instruction.

As for your copy and paste skills. We already know that you are the best. I give you props.

Now surprise us and give us an original exposition for once.


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Discerning Believer wrote:
I admit that I am not an expert on the doctrines of grace, nor do I claim to agree with everything within its theological system, however reading scripture for what it says has shown me many things that I once held were not so.
OK. How is fabricating definitions that do not exist anywhere but within your own theological system equal to reading Scripture for what it says?

Think about what you so proudly admitted: you have converted to a theological system that you do not understand. This is hardly illumination; it sounds more like apostasy.

Sovereignty of God? You can't even at least admit that God can save everyone if he wanted to. That's hardly a sovereign god that you have. I mean I am of the different opinion but at least I admit that if God wanted to he could have decreed unconditional election. Of course the Bible does not state that he did, but at least I can confess that he can do what he wants to do.

Humanistic? How about fabricating definitions that do not exist. Or when ask for a Bible verse the best you can do is quote the WCF and divines. Or how about your buddy's confession: "I do not have a verse but I have deductive reasoning"?


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We are not in Latin countrys, so you can put away the smoke screen now.

God's principles transcend culture. It comes down to whether we are going to allow God to mean what he states and state what he means no matter how big the cross is which one must bear.

I believe Abigail nailed it right on the money when

she wrote:
God's Word holds true regardless of circumstances. We can make all sorts of scenarios that would seem to be logical reasons to disobey God's Word.

The cycle is never ending because people do not want to be accountable for Godly character.


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Why won't you try me and prove me wrong for once instead of assuming what you have been guilty of many times.

I have proven you wrong several times. Instead of admitting you were wrong and embracing the truth, you change the subject just like you are doing now.

I can remember a few times when I have been proven wrong here (two or three times) and I consented.

This is the difference between I and you.

In the F_anciful L_and of the Calvinist, the truth is a logical fallacy.


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I would think that then you will be more eager to correct it rather than have a "you are wrong!" screaming contest.

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I think it will only burden the reader for I to try to correct R.K. Borill logical-fallacy fallacy.

Sufficient is to state that God means what he states and states what he means.

"For God so loved the world..."

Excellent commentray made by Grammar.


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Amen!

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By adding the helping verb "is" you are changing the verb from a simple declarative to "progressing."

There is a big difference is stating:

1. John runs.

from

2. John is running.

That, my friend is the distortion that you are imposing on John 3:16.

As I stated before. The present (indicative) tense simply states a fact. It makes a simple declaration. Since this particular one is placed in a dependent clause with the condition "that" then it simply stating that those who meet that condition will have eternal life.


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Actually, I am not the one that keeps changing the subject. On top of that, I graciously answered all the questions that you presented me. On the other hand you refused to give any rebuttal to refute it.

For a pastor, you should at least have a conscience to be honest. "Thou shalt not bear false witness," is still in the Bible.


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Marrying the wrong person.

Unfortunately, the Bible prescribes the victim to remain unmarried. Of course, there is probably no chance for the ofender to come back and it will be a long journey, but it is a cross the victim must bear.

Such a situation which you describe sounds like something that happened before the couple was saved. Apparently, there has been years involved so if this happened while they were in church, then somebody dropped the ball somewhere.

There is rarely an instance where only one is at fault.


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Well, since you are so confident DB, then you will have no problem reffering me to a grammar book that will give the slightest hint to that.

This year, out of necessity, I have been teaching 4 English classes in the high school level. They each have their respective grammar handbook. I have yet to find such a crazy proposition as yours.

Until then, I will continue to assume that it is simply another fabrication that exists only in the F_anciful L_and of the Calvinist.

Ask your pastor. If you have a Christian school, ask your English teacher. For that matter ask any English teacher.

BTW, if I can explain it away so easily that it leaves you with no refutation, it does not say much about your position.


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Sorry DB, but what you propose s bad grammar all the way around:

1. The tense has nothing to do with who is the subject. The number does. And in this case the number agrees with the subject.

2. The present tense is ALWAYS is in the active tense. So your point is frivolous at best. If you are reffering to the opposite of passive, then you have no point at all for to channge the sentence to passive tense would only make "God" passive. "Whosoever" will still remain active.

So, DB you have no point at all.

The present tense exists to make a statement of fact. In this case, one has a conditional clause beginning with "that."

The statement of fact is that only those who meet the condition of faith will have eternal life.

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