"You can't talk about truth if you can't know it." No. We can talk about what, in this case, you believe is true. If we examine your god-claims and try to determine if they are true, your evidence will be lacking. There is no experiment you can conduct, there is no way for you to demonstrate that your invisible friend is real.
"This is the definition of absolute truth yet you say there is no absolute truth." I said no such thing. Pay attention.
<quoted text> Either you misunderstood my question or you avoiding it. You said "You don't "get" truth. A claim is either true or it is not. We sort out truth from fiction by examining evidence."My question was: Is that statement TRUE and if so where is the evidense for me to evaluate?
<quoted text> You know all I have to do is ask "Could you be wrong about that and you would have to (if you're honest) say Yes. You can't talk about truth if you can't know it.
<quoted text> This is the definition of absolute truth yet you say there is no absolute truth. Absolute truth is true regardless of who agrees or disagrees.