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Angela Wittman wrote:
Just what is wrong with following the plain spoken Word of God?
There you go again. Substituting the word "plain" for "simply" is playing a semantic game.

Angela Wittman wrote:
On what basis have I interpreted Scripture? On the basis of Scripture interpreting Scripture.
Everyone 'claims' to do that. It does not give a divine stamp of approval to your own (or borrowed) interpretive choices.

Angela Wittman wrote:
I'm not playing semantics with you -
You have made it very clear that you have been playing semantics for almost 20 years with many people. You have demonstrated that for almost 20 years you have been unteachable, and that your exasperation and anger rises up repeatedly, and how swiftly you turn to insults and false accusations as if there was no law at all.

I fear that you will continue in this manner, and so I will not respond to you further at this time as it seems to provoke the worst in you.

22But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, 23Meekness, temperance: against such there is no law.


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Angela Wittman wrote:
I have a pet peeve about folks who try to take a serious discussion about the authority of Christ and His Word and turn it into a silly discussion about wearing clothes made out of mixed fibers. I have heard that lame comment for almost 20 years now and at my age I'm running out of patience.
Agreed, your exasperation is self-evident.
The good news is that you can cure it!

If you stopped repeating the evident untruth that you "simply" follow the law of God, when you simply do not - then it would not be incumbent on a multitude of other people (for almost 20 years!) to continue to point out the obvious (e.g. mixed fibres) to show you your falsehood.

The fact is that nobody "simply" follows the law of God, not even pharisaic or hassidic Jews.

Whether someone is a biblical Christian holding to the Reformed Confessions of old, - or a theonomist, or a follower of new covenant theology, or dispensationalism, or charismaticism, or pentecostalism, - or whatever they all follow their own, highly nuanced, interpretation of the law.

The key issue is, on what basis have you interpreted?
And, having done so, do you represent the basis of your own nuanced interpretation honestly?


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joe lee wrote:
Yes..I understand.
Easily stated, not so easily demonstrated.

joe lee wrote:
most folks, and certainly secularists, would describe you by this term.
Most folks, and certainly most secularists, have never heard of the term.

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Angela Wittman wrote:
Herman is being absurd and instead of making a valid point for his antinomianism, just looks like a fool.
I am highlighting your deliberate dishonesty:-

Angela Wittman wrote:
being a theonomist, which simply means I believe in following God's Law.
You know, and I know, that's not true.
I am no fool and you do not dupe me.
No wonder you are throwing insults; there should be a law against that.

joe lee wrote:
Herman:
What do you think our laws should be based on since God's moral laws set out in Scripture apparently is not worthy in your mind?
You evidently do not understand theonomy. I do hold to God's moral law as the normative basis for laws in all human society. That is precisely why I am not a theonomist.

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Angela Wittman wrote:
BTW - I am happy to admit of being a theonomist, which simply means I believe in following God's Law. Do you have a problem with this?
Yes, I wear clothes made of mixed fibres.


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