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    For whom did Christ die?

    I didn't ignore it at all. In fact, I addressed it by pointing out that it supports my position. You must have a different bible because none of the gospels begin with suffering on the cross. Fail. And before Paul was done writing his letters, the gospel had already spread throughout the...
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    Abraham and Joseph Smith covenanted to live the New and Everlasting Covenant.

    No. he didn't. You're seriously confused, but don't feel bad, most of Christianity has no idea what they're talking about. First off, one cannot transgress laws that do not exist in the first place. The law exists prior to sin for sin is the transgression of the law. Paul is explicitly...
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    For whom did Christ die?

    I provided Christ's testimony. Where does he present any caveats that what he does isn't within the will of his father? You're the one who is tasked with providing scriptural evidence for your bizarre claims.
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    Abraham and Joseph Smith covenanted to live the New and Everlasting Covenant.

    Clearly, your calling is to show how to deflect, obfuscate, and ignore the truth. You are not showing anyone how to find the truth for themselves at all. If you cannot find the truth, you certainly can't show anyone else how to find it; the blind leading the blind. Your "Chuckles" are...
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    Abraham and Joseph Smith covenanted to live the New and Everlasting Covenant.

    The irrefutable fact is that the bible explicitly points this fact out to the reader, not just with Abraham, but Jacob as well: Exhibit A: "she said unto Abraham, Cast out this bondwoman,,,12 And God said unto Abraham, Let it not be grievous in thy sight because of the lad, and because of thy...
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    For whom did Christ die?

    They're not mutually exclusive propositions. It is still the Father drawing all men to Christ.
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    “Neither do I condemn you,” said Jesus. “Go, and from now on do not sin anymore.”

    It's a matter of perspective. Someone once quipped that they would not sacrifice a bag of garbage to save the whole world; meaning it isn't a sacrifice to begin with. Jesus begins his ministry by saying, "deny yourself". Once this is accomplished, sacrifice becomes meaningless. The penalty...
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    Abraham and Joseph Smith covenanted to live the New and Everlasting Covenant.

    More deflection. Strawman argument. You've conceded the point. Nuff said. That ship sailed a long time ago. Moreover, I only really have to prove you're a fraud which isn't difficult at all given that you are incapable of defending your own faith. The simplest questions are repeatedly...
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    Abraham and Joseph Smith covenanted to live the New and Everlasting Covenant.

    Please document your claim. Where did you get this notion from? Where are you getting this claim from? Are you using a different bible? I see no place where God is displeased with Abraham throwing Hagar and his son out to fend for themselves. I didn't know Mormons thought this was a great...
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    Abraham and Joseph Smith covenanted to live the New and Everlasting Covenant.

    I stand corrected. I wasn't aware that Mormons kept the Sabbath. When did they start keeping the Sabbath? Is this a recent change?
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    Abraham and Joseph Smith covenanted to live the New and Everlasting Covenant.

    False. Abraham lived 400 years prior to God's law being codified by Moses. The Mosaic law was not added. God' s law was codified by Moses. Agreed, and God's commandments are eternal. They are evident throughout scripture from Adam to Revelation. If Abraham kept the commandments, then he...
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    For whom did Christ die?

    Says you. Agreed. John 6:44 KJV: "No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him:" Q.E.D.
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    Abraham and Joseph Smith covenanted to live the New and Everlasting Covenant.

    If we grant this principle you seem to think makes so much sense, then we can safely conclude that the rest of God's laws are also still in force, no? So does Joseph Smith uphold the dietary laws? How does this all fit in with adultery? In other words, we have Jesus pointing out that if a...
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    For whom did Christ die?

    It was your point. I just addressed it. Agreed. God only enables those who can see or hear it.
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    Abraham and Joseph Smith covenanted to live the New and Everlasting Covenant.

    Yep. That's how you prove your point. Until you can provide one shred of evidence, you are just making baseless claims. You claim there's a law. Show us this law. God doesn't judge anyone until after they're dead. Try again. Beside the point. Deflect much? This one?: " For in the...
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    Abraham and Joseph Smith covenanted to live the New and Everlasting Covenant.

    I gave on example. I also asked you to provide your biblical reference for this prescriptive law. We're still waiting. Just because someone practices something, it doesn't then follow that it carries the force of law. I never said they did. I just answered the question that was asked. Are...
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    For whom did Christ die?

    The scribes and Pharisees could see that he was Christ, but it didn't stop them from having him crucified. As Christ points out, it's an evil generation that seeks after signs.
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    Corporations Moving To Conservative Texas And Florida

    You're probably already aware of it, but some yahoo wants to tax Californians who leave the State for something like the next five or ten years after they leave. smh
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    For whom did Christ die?

    Miracles are accepted at face value by those who experience them, whereas signs indicate something further. No value whatsoever. Although, they do hold some value to repulse most people. The carnal man is repulsed by them.
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    For whom did Christ die?

    It seems to answer the question for Paul. He points out that God can make vessels fitted for destruction, and no one else has any say in the matter. Truth is inherent and immediate. The truth cannot be conveyed through the intellect. There is nothing more fundamental than the truth. There...
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