Those beloved do not need to repent - they already did and they will never perish
So you're saying that they repented, even though they did not need to?
So Barnes, Calvin, JFB all reject your view
So YOU claim.
First of all, it is IRRELEVANT what they taught (assuming you understood them correctly, which is doubtful, since you are trying to interpret them contrary to their theology).
I'll believe they "reject [my] view" when THEY (not you) tell me, and not before.
But tell me... Should I believe "Calvin", or should I believe the BIBLE?
Here's the idiocy... Critics claim we're wrong by falsely claiming "we FOLLOW CALVIN" instead of the Bible, and then when we don't, you criticize us for NOT following Calvin.
So which is it?
You can't criticize us for both following AND not following Calvin (or anyone else).
And you can protest all you want about what books are in the bible
There is no book of Theo there either
And no book of "TomFL", either.
So let's stick to the BIBLE, shall we?
I'M not the one quoting "Calvin".
I'M not the one quoting "JFB".
I'M not the one quoting "Barnes".
You seem to want to RUN AWAY from the Bible.
No wonder your theology is so messed up.
and the absence of a need of the beloved to repent migrates again your view
I've NEVER claimed any "absence of a need to repent".
Bearing false witness is a sin, in case you weren't aware.
we can see your claim suffers from serious defects
You have yet to demonstrate that.
You keep making bogus and bankrupt CLAIMS, that I challenge you to PROVE, and you are never able to do so. So the only theology with "serious defects" is YOURS.