War Room Disputes And propositions for Change

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  1. Attitude of the Saints is under the command of our God to “agape love” or create from the seat of our human emotions a genuine benevolent care for the welfare of any and all opponents in any disputation even for our enemies that hate us. Let only agape love rule in all our disputations.    All in disputes. The Moderator will copy the the proposition for a dispute and past the proposition for any dispute here. If there is no opposition to a proposition to dispute a Bible translation, then the disputant will present the dispute and the moderator will paste the proposition for dispute information to the room for deliberation and then when there is no opposition the Entire Ekklesia will simply vote for or against the proposition. All votes for change in the Ekklesia Bible translation on any subject of  the change in any ” Instruction” (Doctrine) is to be made only through valid certified public account to stop multiple votes. The Ekklesia will vote for length of time the dispute must be deliberated before change in Ekklesia Bible translation. If not a legal certification the vote on any change in Bible instructions. the vote will not be counted.

2) In an argument or debate, a proposition is a statement that affirms or denies something.

3) To restrict rhetoric, we will set a limit to explanations of the proposition or replies.

Clarifying Propositions

The best written proposition is already half won (Will Wade).

“[It often requires] some work to extract a clear representation of an argument from any given prose passage. First of all, it is possible to express a proposition using any kind of grammatical construction. Interrogative, optative, or exclamatory sentences, for example, can, with appropriate contextual stage setting, be used to express propositions. In the interests of clarity, therefore, it will often be helpful to paraphrase an author’s words, in expressing a premise or conclusion, into the form of a declarative sentence that transparently expresses a proposition. Second, not every proposition expressed in an argumentative prose passage occurs within that passage as either a premise or a conclusion, or as (a proper) part of a premise or conclusion. We’ll refer to these propositions, which are neither identical with nor embedded in any premise or conclusion, and to the sentences by which they are expressed, as noise. A noisy proposition makes a claim that is extraneous to the content of the argument in question.” (Mark Vorobej, A Theory of Argument.Cambridge University Press, 2006)

4) A Rebuttal  also called a counterargument. As it pertains to an argument or debate, the definition of a rebuttal is the presentation of evidence and reasoning meant to weaken or undermine an opponent’s claim. “If you disagree with a comment, explain the reason,” “mocking, scoffing, berating, or Character put-downs reflect poorly on your character and on your point of view. To say there is no evidence after evidence for the subject is clearly .given shows closed minded dishonesty. The most effective rebuttal to an opinion with which you strongly disagree is an articulate counterargument.”