I disgree with your interpretation of the word "yesterday"
I thought you had changed your position, but you still think that "yesterday" refers only back to the point where Jesus became a man
If you are right then Hebrews chose a strange way to express that idea
You are using a different definition of argument than I am. All discussion of ideas is filled with arguments. We are all here to argue our position.
To call smeone out on arguing their position is contrary the nature of the forum
In this context, discuss and argue are addressing the same dynamic
If you are interetsed in a back and forth conversation just ask any question you think I may be confused on and we can talk. But I have tried several times with you and you will not discuss anything with me. Instead you prefer what you are doing here, talking ABOUT me.
Yes Hebrews 13:8 speaks to the unchanging nature and attributes of Jesus who is God and always has been.
When we spoke of this years ago, you had a different understanding of "yesterday" than I did, Have you changed your position on what "yesterday" means in that verse?
Ok, you can be done, but your evaluation of me that I do not refute arguments is wrong,
If you mean you don't agree with my refutation that is another issue, which you could argue.
As far as obvious truths, I argue for what i see as obvious in the Word and I say exactly why. But you are saying I...
He stated his reason in the OP. Maybe it could be summarized by saying that those who were first chosen to come to the banquet, representing the Jews, refused to come when the banquet was ready. Their choice.
How is it re;evant? None of the first chosen group chose to come. There is nothing saying they were unable, only unwilling.
Maybe with your sister it could be said she was able, but chose not to come. But she had the ability to come if it was a priotity
The last question is interesting, because on one hand no one would be able on their own to reach the marriage supper table. If they were to hear their was a feast in Heaven and wanted to get there on their own effort, they would fail.
But every man is able to receive Christ by their free will...