Its all Greek to him anyways as the saying goes.Since you couldn't read Greek if your life depended on it, let me explain it to you...
1) The verb "is" (Greek, "estin", present tense) EXPLICITLY appears in the two Hebrews verses I quoted (which you have IGNORED).
2) As for the 1 Tim. 2:5 text, the verb "is" is implicit in the text. This frequently occurs in the Greek, that the verb is implied in terms of identity attribute, or what is called the "predicate nominative". But since it teaches identity, it is ALWAYS the present tense, "is", and is never any other tense (such as aorist, imperfect, future, perfect, etc.).
You simply have no leg to stand on.