It was the obligation of Israel to obey every point of the law and yet they did not have the ability to do that, but nevertheless were justlly condemned for not doing that. Hence, here is a clear Biblical case of obligation without ability but yet just condemnation for failure. How do Arminians justify that God could obligate and condemn men to keep the law sinlesslessly whom he knew were competely unable to do so??? We justify it by our intepretation of Romans 5:12 where all man kind existed and consisted and acted in one person - Adam - willfully forfeiting that ability by sin. Remember, some on this forum have argued on the basis of the term "response-able" that God cannot condemn anyone for what they are not able to perform.