Again , you are using red herrings and stinkbombs as a subterfuge.<quoted text>
Despite what curious thinks we are actually on are own. Furthermore, magic is for children, not adults.
If a god or witch were to do magic or miracles, it would negate the free will that we all have and go against the laws of physics that curious believes were implemented by his god. Well, they would if the god that curious believes in actually existed.
I know curious won't like it but we live in a natural animal world. We certainly don't have our freedoms and choices usurped by magical gods and demons.
Those tactics will not get you out of the mess that your minds have gotten you into.
Self proclaiming yourselves to be wise has led you all into a headlong charge into the land of foolishness , from which you are unable to extract yourselves.
Take up the challenge , if you dare.
No more stinkbombs or Red Herrings....State your positions in clear terms.
Don't hide behind subterfuges as the Atheist Scientist , Peter Atkins did in his debate with John Lennox and as Christppher Hitchens attempted to do with Williamm Craig.