What is the value of pointing to the words of another? If their value lies only to back up your views, is that not an appeal to authority, a fallacy which undermines your argument?
If it is an axiom you live by, why are you following the words of another like the millions of mindless sheep who follow the Watchtower? If people are to believe your words, shouldn't they be your words and not "copy and pasted" from another?
Back and forth goes the argument. Back and forth like a tennis match with no end or winner. Is it intelligence and wisdom to believe that we now have the answer when the time before we believed we did we were so wrong? Or does not logic dictate that there is more wisdom in choosing more than what everyone else is doing, more than arguing the same old argument like a dog that never catches up with the tail it so eagerly chases?
Or are we so arrogant as to believe we are the One, finally gracing the world with our knowledge, the savior who is come to settle the issue once and for all, endowed with insight and knowledge no other man before us has ever possessed?
But since this is the path some have chosen, I won't interrupt it again. Far be it from me to suggest it is a waste of time and energy to argue what nameless and dead generations before you have debated. I could be wrong, but I believe Einstein would be apropos here when he stated that doing the same thing over and over again in expectation of a different outcome is the true sign of insanity.