Too bad for you. You've got it wrong.
Would that be a judgement? Could you miss the point more entirely?
My qualifications as opposed to hers are irrelevant.
On the contrary, you set yourself up as judge. If we are to listen to your interpretation of the Bible as opposed to someone else's, explain to us why? Since you pass off the words as your own, how are we to know that you are allegedly quoting from one of the many [condtradictory] translators, interpretors and commentators?
Personally I love the commentary by John Gill, albeit he's a litle Hyper-Calvinist in places. Am I to set my store by a single man or a variety of them? How can it be said that I'm not just picking and choosing my commentators as much as my prooftexts, if I go down that route?
I believe that you've fallen into the error of believing that your own subjective interpretation is correct, Rex. That you have some ancient supporters is neither here nor there, as you also have ancient detractors. This is as it has always been and always will be, this side of glory. Meanwhile (IMHO) you would do well to heed the admonition of our Lord to "judge none lest ye be judged".
That would all be in accord with my opinon, of course