Chrisovery, I read 1 Cor.13:8, and the rest of the context, ver.9-10. Can you explain to me what is it in the Baptist own words that you disagree with.
The word fail in this verse means, to abolished, to render inactive, idle, useless, to vanish.
By implying to cause to cease, to do away, to put an end to, 1 Cor.6:13, "God shall destroy." 1 Cor.13:11, "I put away childish things." Rom.6:6, "That the body of sin might be destroyed." 1 Cor.15:24, "When He shall have put down all rule," with ver.26, "be destroyed in death." 2 Thes.2:8, "Shall destroy." 2 Tim.1:10, Heb.2:14. Pass. To cease, to done away, 1 Cor.2:6, "Come to nought, 1 Cor.13:8, "They shall fail." Ver.10, "It shall vanish," "Shall be done away." 2 Cor.3:7-11-13-14, Gal.5:11. To cease from, as to cease being under or connected with any person or thing. So as to be freed from a law, Rom.7:2-6, "We are delivered from the law," with ver.3, "Free from that law." Also, Gal.5:4, "Christ is become of no effect," or ye have withdrawn, apostatized, from Christ.
So whats the problem?