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    tdidymas replied to the thread I Am Not A Sinner.
    You keep harping on your false interpretation of all these passages. You have a dilemma (whether you recognize it or not). In all this...
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    tdidymas replied to the thread I Am Not A Sinner.
    What do you do with "if we say we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us"? Since John included himself in that...
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    tdidymas replied to the thread I Am Not A Sinner.
    Wrong again, Sherlock. Your pride is showing.
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    tdidymas replied to the thread I Am Not A Sinner.
    I'm not arguing with John, as I agree completely with the meaning of his words. I'm debating with you, because you consistently take his...
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    tdidymas replied to the thread SINNING WILLFULLY.
    I disagree with your interpretation. I read it exactly the way I described: in ch. 1 he begins with a description of Christ, and faith...
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    tdidymas replied to the thread I Am Not A Sinner.
    Great avoidance of my question. But let's cut to the chase. IMO your interpretation of 3:9 is wrong. You're teaching that a true...
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    tdidymas replied to the thread SINNING WILLFULLY.
    Your point might have been valid, if the subject matter was the same, but it's not. In v. 2-18, the sin is general because it's talking...
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    tdidymas replied to the thread I Am Not A Sinner.
    What do you do with sin not unto death in ch. 5? Do you think that Christians commit sin that doesn't lead to death? Or do you think...
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    tdidymas replied to the thread SINNING WILLFULLY.
    You have the burden of proof to support your claim. I've already shown by scriptural context that my interpretation is correct. The sin...
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    tdidymas replied to the thread SINNING WILLFULLY.
    The context of this is the theme running throughout Heb. which is having faith in Christ, and what the next chapter (11) is about. So...
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    tdidymas replied to the thread Once enlightened.
    It's not a creation. I'm making observations from the text. Do you think Jesus uses the term "sheep" in the same sense as Isaiah did...
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    tdidymas replied to the thread Once enlightened.
    It's all part of interpreting what the term "sheep" means. In Mat. 15, Jesus calls people sheep generally who belong to the 12 tribes of...
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    tdidymas reacted to Manfred's post in the thread Once enlightened with Like Like.
    Sorry you did not understand... Salvation is not hinged on self, nor on self understanding. Salvation is Spiritual Understanding. Do...
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    tdidymas replied to the thread Once enlightened.
    Would you agree that there is a difference between "the lost sheep of the house of Israel" (Mat. 15:24), and "My sheep" (Jn. 10:25-26)...
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    Based on what I wrote at first about God's powerful influence, you agreed, and then I asked you why do you have a problem with...
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