The references Gillette has made to Tim Callahan aren't related to beliefs, they're related to arguments.<quoted text>It would appear reasonable that if they wish to believe a nobody like men like Tim Callahan who write books, then it would be easy for them to believe the Bible, if they thought it written by men.
Gillette is asking you to respond to Tim Callahan's argument about prophecy, not believe some stories that Callahan is telling.
Why can't any of you do that?
In India, skeptics primarily face off against Hindus. In the Middle East, skeptics primarily face off against Muslims. In the US, skeptics primarily face off against Christians.If you ever want to know where satan is and is not, look at the religions not being attacked and then look at the one they attack.
What does that have to do with your fictional demigod Satan?