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Re: Works of the Law

@GB

By your admission you are all about the Word.

You hang all your responses on scriptures that fit your needs, rather then by direct replies.

I will reply by scripture in a way you surely will understand.

Proverbs 26:4-5

4 Answer not a fool according to his folly, lest thou also be like unto him.

5 Answer a fool according to his folly, lest he be wise in his own conceit.

So it is folly for me to place my belief and trust in Every scripture, and I am accused by you of using them to fit my own needs.

But you are justified to search through the entire Bible to find scriptures to use to belittle and insult me to fit your own needs.

It's OK "Seeking His Wisdom".

Insults and ridicule have been a tried and tested way to deflect attention away for the topic of controversial subjects for a long time.

It is a controversial topic. Were the Jews trying to teach the Galatians to obey the two greatest Commandments and all that hang on them for justification? Or were they trying to teach them they couldn't be saved unless they brought a turtle dove to the Levite Priest for remission of sins?

You seem long on judgment and short on cause.















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