The opponents of truth share one thing in common with each other when it comes to attacking truth. They don't present one verse at a time and try to defend their interpertation by the immediate context. No, that would prove fatal to their position as it is quite easy to expose their eisgesis. No, instead they come on with a profuse amount of texts, or long lists of texts. Why, because that gives them more room to wiggle, to jump around and make it impossible for anyone to nail them down by context. They do this in their attacks as well as in their responses. However, when we present only one precise verse or phrase and defend it from a contextual point of view they either ignore it or reply with MASS and diverse texts. When they are nailed by precise words in a precise context, they ignore it for a while, and then later come right back with the same text even though they never were able to respond and though their false interpretation was never exposed and condemned. If truth is what all are really after, then, lets drop the MASS scripture presentations and deal with one text at a time in its context. If I were a betting man [and I am not] I would bet this suggestion will be ridiculed by the opponents of truth and confirmed by those who believe the truth. Those who do embrace the truth will be for this as they know that context then must be the final judge rather than JUMPING AROUND FROM TEXT TO TEXT or LONG LISTS OF TEXTS.