You claim to know what "He" said, what “He” likes or doesn’t like, that “He” sometimes feels angry, or jealous, that “He” can feel offended and the need for retribution, not to mention the basis for all of “His” judgments. Some people don’t that much about their next door neighbors.<quoted text>
1. The only claims I make are in His Word. I don't claim to know 'anything' outside that.
Thomas Paine maintained that “God” revealed himself to everyone equally by means of the universe “He” created and the laws by which it operates not just a few special chosen people.But again, didn't Paine himself maintain that if God reveals Himself to someone, there's no need for that individual to question His existence?
I don’t claim to know if a “God” exists or the nature of that “God” if “It” does exist. I do tend to rule out the possibility of a “God” like Thor or Zeus or your “medieval tyrant god” because they seem to be such obvious caricatures of human beings. Give me an incomprehensible “God” like Thomas Paine’s; that makes a lot more sense to me.2. I think true humility from an agnostic would be one who maintains that they does not know if God exists, including the God of the Bible.