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  1. I dispute your interpretation of 1 Pet. 5:4....

    I dispute your interpretation of 1 Pet. 5:4. First, it uses the participial form which carries a slightly different meaning that is quite different than the punctuated manifestation discussed in 1...
  2. Ok, have it your way. What non-personal agent...

    Ok, have it your way. What non-personal agent made God manifest in the flesh?

    In your desperation you've involved an active, non-personal entity in the incarnation. Now lets see how that works...
  3. I refuted what you stated. Why no response?

    I refuted what you stated. Why no response?
  4. Evidently you don't want to interact with the OP....

    Evidently you don't want to interact with the OP. For that reason, I'm not inclined to interact with your conjecture.
  5. I don't believe your assertion is substantiated...

    I don't believe your assertion is substantiated because you didn't actual refute any of the premises offered. Moreover, I don't deny that the Son also had an active role in his incarnation (e.g., see...
  6. An Argument Against Oneness Pentecostalism from 1 Tim. 3:16.

    1 Tim. 3:16, a Oneness favorite, has often been marshaled in support of the assertion that the Father (i.e., unitarian God) was incarnated as opposed to the Trinitarian contention that the Son was...
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    I refer you to the critical apparatus listed...

    I refer you to the critical apparatus listed under Isaias 45:18-19 within Joseph Zeigler Ed., Septuaginta: Vetus Testamentum Graecum, Band 14, 3rd. Ed., (Göttingen, Germany: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht,...
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    According to the oldest and most reputable MSS of...

    According to the oldest and most reputable MSS of the LXX, they did. Ahem.
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    The standard scholarly critical edition of the...

    The standard scholarly critical edition of the LXX (Göttingen) makes its choice primarily upon Qumran MSS (see its apparatus), as does the Cambridge edition. Thus, the earliest known MSS contain the...
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    Brenton's LXX is not a real critical edition....

    Brenton's LXX is not a real critical edition. Therefore, if you wish your argument to stand you need to provide a text critical basis for why Brenton's reading is preferable to that of the critical...
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    Tell me then, why did the translators of the LXX...

    Tell me then, why did the translators of the LXX replace YHWH with ego eimi?
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    You are not living in reality. First,...

    You are not living in reality.




    First, you fallaciously put words into my mouth. Second, you have again appealed to a red-herring. Who do you think you are fooling here? Any literate person...
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    What? What are you talking about? I didn't cherry...

    What? What are you talking about? I didn't cherry pick anything. I simply asked why the Jews translated YHWH as ego eimi. Again, why did they do that if I am had no extraordinary meaning?




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    Are all the unitarian responses as silly as this...

    Are all the unitarian responses as silly as this one? Did I mention a grammatical argument? Do you not actually read the posts that you are responding to?
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    Actual this is the "Biblical Languages" forum,...

    Actual this is the "Biblical Languages" forum, and the OP presents an argument that is cumulative consideration of certain Grk texts. Thus, your claim is nonsense.



    No, no it doesn't. You...
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    What is interesting is that you have avoided the...

    What is interesting is that you have avoided the actual textual information and again you have attempted to obfiscate by raising a red-herring objection based upon a certain out of context reading of...
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    Only if you assume your own contrived...

    Only if you assume your own contrived conclusions. Ahem.




    This statement is patently nonsensical. The Septuagint renders the Hebrew 'ehyeh aser ehyeh,' ego eimi ho ohn. In Is 45 YHWH is...
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    In certain cases, yes. Tell me, why did the...

    In certain cases, yes. Tell me, why did the translators of the Septuagint replace the divine name YHWH with ego eimi in Is 45?
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    What you have failed to recognize is the...

    What you have failed to recognize is the cumulative pan-canonical case made in the article and in the OP. Why you can attempt to isolate the issue down to a few selected texts, doing such amounts to...
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    Your statement was essentially an over-simplified...

    Your statement was essentially an over-simplified and inaccurate recasting of the OP. That much is readily evident. Thus, clarity it seems, is not your goal. Rather, it is obfiscation. The issue is...
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    Instead of providing an over-simplification and...

    Instead of providing an over-simplification and silly generalization, why don't you deal with the actual textual evidence?
  22. New Issue of The Journal of Trinitarian Studies and Apologetics

    CARM's publishing division, Biblical Press, has recently released its latest edition of The Journal for Trinitarian Studies and Apologetics. The publication includes contributions from Ray Comfort of...
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    In addition to providing a litany of eisegesis,...

    In addition to providing a litany of eisegesis, what you have essentially said is that God immanent (the Son) obeyed, prayed to, worshipped, and loved His transcendent self (the Father). Yea right,...
  24. Yes, yes I have. That much is obvious. I find it...

    Yes, yes I have. That much is obvious. I find it interesting that you haven't actually dealt with the material I posted, but instead you have merely dissmissed it. Makes me think that your rejection...
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    What you have basically said is that God immanent...

    What you have basically said is that God immanent (the Son) obeyed, prayed to, worshipped, and loved His transcendent self (the Father). Yea right, that is what the New Testament teaches......
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