Comment: All you ever do is lie

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All you ever do is lie

I do know what nomianism is, and thus the anti. But, there are two base definitions, and it some places I found three or four. Thus, I asked you which main definition you were referring to. Maybe it is you that doesn't know the meaning. So, I was not intimidated and I did indeed look it up. So, first lie.

I never claimed a big word was the argument from authority - Lie. I just figured it was pointless to explain to such a wise person as you (and, I knew where you were going to take it)
I never claimed to be "all knowing" - Lie

Then, ironically, you use a "quote" - a tool for an argument from authority by Matthew Henry, whoever that is.
Then, you quote the Bible, again the way someone using an argument from authority would do.

I don't care what it says in Proverbs or any other book of your ancient magic book. All you ever do is lie about other people and make the same argument from authority over and over again.

"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."--Mark Twain