In 1 Timothy 2:5 there is one God and one mediator between God and mankindSure all those passages have Jesus in the present tense with His being Mediator, Man, Body etc............. Also the one God is in the present.
But you have all those in the past tense.
And since Paul is using syllogism in 1 Timothy 2:5 with :
There IS One God
There IS One Mediator
You cannot have God in the present and Mediator in the past. They are either both past or present you cannot have one without the other to be consistent.
You claim to understand logic but you clearly have demonstrated you toss logic out the window in 1 Timothy 2:5 to support your false idea that Jesus is no longer a mediator or a man yet contradict yourself by saying there is still a God.
Things that make you go hmmmmmmmm.
You are clearly using eisegesis by reading your own personal ideas into the text rather than allowing the rules of grammar and syntax to form your ideas. You are demonstrating eisegesis not exegesis.
hope this helps !!!
You are making a big point based on the tense of the verb "is"
If you look at the Greek words in the verse, there is no word for "is" It is assumed by the translators as what the verse is saying
So any argument you have given so far about the tense of the Greek verb, has no validity