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    • 1. The word "some" should be inserted before "members". 2. Pushing buttons should be clarified.  Does it mean deliberately aggravating someone? The Christian approach is to focus on the issues (provide biblical feedback not personal opinions), and not the aggravating personalities who may show up from time to time.
    • If sinner and saint, meant opposite things, we could not be both, but they don't.  So they are not mutually exclusive terms.
    • Sorry, but he says it in the present tense, so your argument is with him. He doesn't say he was the chief of sinners, but is the chief of sinners.  It says what it says and that fits the context.
    • The two problems that I have with gamatria is that it can be rigged to fit just about any name you wish, and secondly salvation is not meant to be based on an IQ contest. Let's use Vladimir Putin for example (some have claimed that he is the antiChrist). Do we use his full name, Vladimir Vladimirivitch Putin? Do we use his name using the Hebrew alphabet? Or do we use his name using the Russian Cyrilic alphabet (he is Russian after all) and his name in the Russian alphabet is Владимир Путин. Perhaps we should use the Greek alphabet because the New Testament was originally written in Greek! So many candidates have been suggested for the role of the antiChrist by using the letters of their name to add up to 666 that it's getting ridiculous now. Also, if we have to solve a word puzzle to identify somebody then that doesn't say a lot for God's choices. Imagine lots of loyal (but not very clever) Christians being fooled into taking the mark just because they weren't very good at word games, while on the other hand a number of devious but smart people solve the riddle and avoid taking it. It's not fair and it doesn't make sense. I think we'll solve the riddle of 666 when it happens. It will all make sense to the wise when it occurs, but fools will ignore it. It doesn't have to be that cryptic to go unspotted. To those who are saved it will stand out like a sore thumb, to those who aren't it either won't stand out at all or they'll ignore it as being stupid Christian superstition. It could be based on a name, it might be a different kind of thing - it might be a logo, it might be a symbol. Who knows? We have a better chance of working out the identity of the antiChrist by watching the World that we live in and the actions of various people rather than trying to decipher the riddle of 666. The Bible gives us other clues to the identity of this man and we should focus on those. If as a result of this the answer to 666 pops up as well, then that will be extra confirmation.
    • Not true.  We can be sinning saints (infrequently or occasionally), but not saint-sinners (continuously).
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