I can't Joe. I was corrected and moved on. The number of times I've said to you or Ted or James that you were correct over the years...and apologized, has been forgotten by you. Can you name a single time where you've said, Pete's right?
I have a harder time finding any instance.
Or he's revealed the ranks he's joined. I guess you're thinking it makes sense to ask someone if they believe they are "infallible"? To me, the question is bizarre and not conducive to civil any meaningful discourse. Let's talk about where we disagree, and examine our disagreement. It's more productive to highlight error than it is to impugn the one making a point. My dubious infallibility has very little to do with a single facet of Greek grammar. I am capable of producing correct analysis from time to time.
I'm a teacher. Teachers err...I teach my kids to point out my error as I'm writing on the board. They win points for that. I don't swirl counterclockwise around the toilet bowl because my kids caught me making a mistake. I'm proud of those who can see error and expound on what they see and why.
Not sure that is living , but we tend to it.