The difference in me and you two is that I actually comment on the Scriptures you list yet you rarely ever comment on mine.
Anyone reading the thread knows this is nonsense.
An example is that you say there are passages that say the Lord does not repent yet you don't list them.
Again nonsense. They've been listed and you've ignored them.
To know about those that you refer to you must list them and I will study them with an answer. I wish you and your friend would do the same.
When you are ready to discuss in an irenic fashion I will consider it. However, you have spoken ill of several theological traditions and see yourself as superior (according to your own posts) You'll ditch that attitude before I have further interaction with you. For instance,
Your preferred Bible is one of the modern ones and does not conform to the ancient texts....Give me the texts that read He doesn't change His mind but don't do it in one of the modern versions. Use a well accepted version......I understand that you don't want to believe what they really say but many do....I do believe the Bible and I will always do my best to point out the errors in how it is taught by those who have not found the truth. (I wonder whom it is you are making implication of being lost here?) ...
Your implications that I or P-bob are not sincere, saved, or rightly trying to understand the Scriptures and other little snide remarks are not becoming of the Christian you say you are nor are they proper before the Lord you say you serve. For all others the green below is added by me)
Yes there is. When God makes a promise He will keep it (unless he changes his mind.) and He will not desert His master plan. (Unless he changes his mind.) However we can't say that He will not change His mind because He has done so many times. (So why not where salvation is concerned?) Anyone who reads the Bible can see that. (I see that if he can change his mind then what is written is subject to change.) The assurance you are seeking is in the Gospel. Unless he changes his mind) Everything necessary for assurance is there. Unless he changes his mind.)
It would be much easier if you would comment on the Scriptures instead of simply saying I am wrong.
Again, (sigh) nonsense.
I am outside some of the teachings of the church but I can support what I say by Scripture. It's just that some people don't want it to be true or can't understand it—I am not sure!
Here's another option, you might just be wrong.
I believe I wil Join P-bob:
I'm shaking the dust of this thread from my sandals.