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    • Yeah, that is the classic heretical approach to Scripture.  Anyone can string a bunch of unrelated verses together like lights on a Christmas tree and make the Bible appear to say anything they want.  That's how false teaching is perpetuated. I John 3:9, in the Greek, is talking about the habitual practice of sin. It is not saying that a Christian cannot commit a single sin.  The phrase "cannot sin"  uses a word in Greek that refers to the continuous daily practice of sin.    The concept of "perfect"  isn't talking about sinless perfection.   It is talking about completeness and maturity in relation to what Jesus has already discussed in Matt. 5.   The word for, "perfect" in the Greek is telos and it in this context is refers to  a complete, mature devotion to God's purposes in the world. So, your assumptions about sinless perfection don't really match up with Scripture.
    • Shalom, Marcus. To use your original puzzle analogy, what happens if one piece of information lists one of the contestants as "Betty" but another lists her as "Elizabeth?" What if the number of contestants was more than 6? What about lists that run concurrently from different perspectives? Have you taken into consideration that Jewish thought is more of a telescopic fashion, looking at the major points before expanding upon those points, delving into the more minor, supportive points? What happens if you've misread an event actually to be a period, or vice versa? For instance, what if the 7-year period turns out to be a 2000-year period? What if the time you think it will take for "x" to happen actually takes much less time than you envisioned? Or, much more time than you thought? What if something you thought was yet to be fulfilled turns out to be something that was already fulfilled? I'm sorry, but your little Sequence-of-Events "paradigm" is a bit too simplistic for me.
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