Originally posted by TerrierJack
I will use small words. I will use short sentences. You do not need my permission to have an opinion. Your argument reduces to: I am correct, they are wrong. That is not an argument. It is a judgment. I have no basis to distinguish between the two. Are you saying that every person that disagrees with you is incapable of reading, thinking, or understandin ...[text shortened]... pronounce judgment to disagree. What does it gain? (I guessed pleasure. I don't really know.)
no what you have posted is not an argument, but an opinion. If you would like to substantiate an argument with something other than a mere opinion, then it may take on some credibility, as it stands, its nothing more than mere opinion. I advocate Biblical knowledge, that is, i did not author it, i am merely an advocate of it, therefore i can substantiate my claims, because primarily they are not my opinion. but are based on some other source, in this case the Bible. This is quite important that you understand this point, for it seems to be evading you, when you disagree with my standpoint, you are not disagreeing with me, for i am not the source of your disagreement, the Bible is, therefore your statement that i am judgemental and enjoy passing judgement cannot be true. As for whether another is capable of reading, writing, thinking or understanding, has no relevance here, it is once more nothing more than an opinion, on which you seem to feed. You shall now be pleased to state where i have judged and condemned, if you please.