That's mighty nice of you to offer some "grace" to those of us who "don't know it all".Since no one of us at this time knows it all, I'm willing to have grace towards those who don't know better yet, but it's getting harder to have such grace towards those who continually and seemingly deliberately work at division of what God promised.
By you offering those who don't know it all some of your grace, you're presupposing that you know more (even if you don't know it all), and are therefore having to tolerate other's ignorance of the Bible. I haven't seen anywhere on here where your knowledge is any better than anyone else's knowledge. I've seen where you're offering your own personal interpretation of God's word, but it is in no way complete or correct. We are all offering our understanding of God's word as we read any study it for ourselves. For you to act all high and mighty like you're a Johnny Robertson wanna-be who has his finger on the pulse of God with perfect understanding is entertaining at best and heretical at worst. You don't even believe that Paul is a Holy Spirit-filled Apostle, because you doubt nearly everything he says, so how can you say that you understand more than others and are "offering your grace" to us less informed?
If anyone should be offered "grace" towards their "deliberately work at division", you're the one that needs it. You're trying to divide the Bible, and pit one verse against another, and Jesus against Paul. Nonsensical, considering Jesus CALLED Paul.
Fellow brethren and Bible students, let us offer Barndoor some grace towards his ignorance and attempted division of God's word. You are in our prayers.