Mat 12:28 But IF I cast out devils by the Spirit of God (P), THEN the kingdom of God is come unto you. (Q)
Mat 21:43A The kingdom of God shall be taken from you, (Not Q)
Therefore, Christ is not casting out devils by the spirit of God. (Not P) Modus tollens.
ERROR #1: WTF, does attaching A
or (below) "B" or "a" or "b" mean to a verse number? Speech has 2 functions: Communicating a thought or structuring a thought. You have failed at the first function. None of us know what you mean, even me, the guy who once took a course in this.
Cxu vi estas certa ke vi volas kontinui angle? Esperanto estas pli logike, cxu ne? Gxi havas neniun homografojn kaj pli malmultajn homofonojn ol la angla. Do you know what I just said? Trust me, it was a logical proposition.
ERROR #2: In my symbolic logic class we were taught to use meaningful variables. We would have used D or C would be good for Cast out Demons. K for the Kingdom of God whatever.
ERROR #3: Logic -- and indeed science -- is based on modeling. It is based on the theory that you can make a model, that is a reduced version of the whole which can be more easily manipulated and then applied back to reality with good results. One qualification is that all models simplify. A model can be oversimplified.
You never defined your model Q. You never said, "Let Q = 'The Kingdom of God exists'" nor did you say it meant "Let Q = 'The Kingdom of God is present'."
Then you did not define "not Q". Did it mean "The Kingdom of God was present but has been taken away", "The Kingdom of God is not present" or "The Kingdom of God does not exist now" or "The Kingdom of God never existed".
I mention the logicians of the Indian subcontinent as a model. They spent a long time on the various implications of the concept of "not".
Your fallacy is called Slippage of Meaning or if you look in a book on magic
you will find it is called Magician's Choice.
There is a standard trick where I lay out 2 or more crosses of 4 cards. I know where the Ace of Hearts is. I will prove to the sucker that she is telepathic or clairvoyant but just hasn't realized it. I divide the groupings by twos asking her to "select", "indicate", "have a feeling about", etc, half of the cards at a time. Each time she does I interpret that she "indicated those should be rejected" or "indicated we'll stay with this group". By imposing my meaning on the ambiguity I will quickly get down to the Ace of Hearts. Surprisingly, by having people stare at the cards and try to get a vibe (misdirection) they don't remember what I said the was a manipulation.
Luk 10:3a Go your ways:
Luk 10:9 And heal the sick that are therein, and say unto them, The Kingdom of God is come nigh unto you.
Mat 12:30 Exclusive disjunction. (p XOR q)
Therefore, do not go your ways and heal the sick that are therein, and say unto them, "The Kingdom of God is come nigh unto you."
ERROR #4. Just repeating the error above, but amplifying it that healing of physical illness also means that the Kingdom of God has become present as well as it did.
I know what XOR (exclusive or) means. It means one or the other but not both. Or that "p" and "q" are mutually exclusive. Jargon like "exclusive disjunction" does not communicate anything
Kial vi ne simple skribas tion en angla? I've already forgotten what your P and Q meant. Do I have to decode your switch to lower case?
As far as I can see you've made your case such as it is: There ain't no Kingdom of God so God doesn't heal mental illness (possession) or physical illness (including we can suppose amputees). But you continue on. Can anyone tell why?
Mat 21:43B But R.
Psa 22:30 But R.
I can't tell what you
mean by "but". No one but you has any idea what the "B" is doing there. This is a repeat of ERROR #1 (Non communication).
ERROR #6: You have not given any indication of what proposition R is. If Psalm 22 is so essential to your case, why not quote it? I'm not going to look it up because since I have no way of knowing what "But R" could mean so i can't judge the truth value of it.
IF Psa 22:30 (R), THEN Psa 22:28 (S).
Dan 9:25-26 "Messiah the Governor" is "cut off". (Not S)
Therefore, not R.
ERROR #7: What does S stand for? I'm not going to chase after the quote. Why? Let me express it in your own language"
Let G mean "A Guru is to be respected and obeyed by his students and they must fulfill all tasks he sets before them."
Let C mean the quote from Confucius, "If I show a student one corner of something I expect him to find the other 3 corners himself."
Let S stand for "I am your student, Oh Great Guru."
G and S implies C. (Hypothetical)
(G and not S) implies not C. (Real situation)
Rev 12:10. But X.
ERROR #8: X not defined. Repeat of ERROR #7.
ERROR #9. I looked this one up because Revelations gives me a drugless high.
12:10 And I heard a loud voice saying in heaven, Now is come salvation, and strength, and the kingdom of our God, and the power of his Christ: for the accuser of our brethren is cast down, which accused them before our God day and night.
The error here is good old non sequitur
. I thought that the quote would be some general proposition about conditions of healing or something. It's about what God will do at the End of the World. What does this have to do with anything said before? For one thing the question is "why hasn't and why doesn't God heal amputees?"
ERROR #10: A little one. You never stated that healing amputees is included under healing.
From any text of the Bible LOGICALLY CONCLUDE that God should heal amputees TODAY...
ERROR #11: Major non sequitur!!! "any text"?????? Let's try that:
Joshua 9:26 And so did he unto them, and delivered them out of the hand of the children of Israel, that they slew them not. And Joshua made them that day hewers of wood and drawers of water for the congregation, and for the altar of the LORD, even unto this day, in the place which he should choose.
Yup, that sure sounds like a text about miraculous healing. Not.
IIRC, I got something between a 3.0 (B grade) and a 4.0 in my symbolic logic class. What did you get?