It is unfair to treat her this way, but I wouldn't go so far as to say people are lying in order to make their point.
It seems to me that the (wrong) interpretation was genuine.
What I'm bothered by is that when we point out the error in the interpretation, many here seem to not want to hear the obvious truth. That's not a good trait, and is contrary to Paul's approach and philosophy.
"Know what you know, know what you don't know, and understand and appreciate the distinction."
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