Brett Meyer has left a new comment on your post "UFOs Can Also Be Proven in the Book of Concord":
Deutschlander proves the "caricatures" of UOJ to be true in these horrendous statements,
"But God remains gracious; and that grace, which by its very definition is not and cannot be earned or deserved, is active in seeking man’s salvation, man’s restoration to the innocent, the not-guilty, the just status with respect to God’s standard that man enjoyed before the Fall.
And that grace is perfectly and completely expressed in the obedience of One, which obedience is now charged, imputed and declared over all. Just as the “all” and the “many” are identical in guilt, so now are the “all” and the “many” identical in righteousness, in innocence; just as the guilt and the death were not merely available or possible on account of Adam’s Fall, so the restoration and the justification is the gift to all as an accomplished fact through the obedience of One, which obedience—again—is imputed.
To state it negatively, all sin has already been forgiven; it is a mutually exclusive proposition to say that God has given the obedience of His Son to all, and to say as well that man’s sin is not forgiven until he does something, or until he believes it.
The imputation of guilt did not require that the individual sin, nor that he believe himself a sinner; likewise the imputation of Christ’s obedience needs no work or belief of man to effect it or complete it. In sum, the sin of the whole world has already been forgiven."
There is no air left in the room when UOJ enters.
rlschultz has left a new comment on your post "Synodical Conference Navel Gazing - The Intrepid D...":
I hear a variation of that motto - "if you cannot dazzle them with brilliance, them baffle them with BS". We know that the brilliance is not there.