Do you think what we (who argued against you) know is wrong? Or what you know is in addition to what we know?
Whether someone is right or wrong is ultimately up to God to decide.
Having said that, if someone interprets a verse in contradiction to the rest of the Bible, I'm going to challenge that interpretation by posting proof in the form of other verses.
If the other person has no verses to back up their claim, then the debate is over. In other words, simply saying "you're wrong" isn't proof of being correct. If that is all they have then I see no point in any further discussion.
As far as what others have posted in this thread, I've yet to see any verses challenging or contradicting my claims.