Fourth Response to Dalton Lifsey
Thanks for your post. I’ve responded to one of your comments about a year ago (it seems you still haven’t read my blog). Isaiah responded to another one of your comments several thousand years ago (I still wonder if you have ever read his book in its true context).
Your claim that Jesus is one and the same with the Creator is obviously fallacious as I have demonstrated in this little parable:
Your unfounded accusation that my opinion is based on a predisposed assumption tells me how closely you’ve been paying attention to my words.
Your comments about a “distant” God lead me to ask you the following question. So do you believe that before Jesus was born; God was a “distant” God?
It may also help you to read the following posts:
Isaiah responded to your comments about a “high and lofty” God here:
I have a question for you about some of your previous posts.
In your first post (entitled “Anemic”) you castigated me for failing to consider the scholarship of Dr. Brown. You end your second post (entitled “Open Response”) with a quote that exalts foolishness and denigrates scholarship. How do you reconcile these two arguments?
You seem to be interested in the “blindness” argument. You will perhaps appreciate the following:
Before we continue this dialogue, I respectfully request that you read what I’ve written on these subjects – then you have a free hand to critique my position.
With appreciation for your willingness to dialogue
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