It was your initiated by your initial comment that "unbelief is a choice", and then your subsequent comment "Choose not to believe Germany exist...just for 10 minutes."<quoted text>eh? So let me ask you this. The fact that you don't believe in my Deity because of whatever reasons [you]deem. What that have to do with me?
Is the third time I ask you the question. Because MisterCharrington writer and I was having a cryptic discussion. I was enjoying it. But then you put in your writing, so I thinking maybe you want to help the writer out. So I ask you for proof he been to Germany because he can't seem to supply it.
So if you was not trying to help that writer, then you must believe that because you don't believe in my Deity Jesus Christ, that must have something to do with me. So I waiting to know what that have to do with me.
Okay, whether you understand this or not, when you made the comment about Germany, you were asserting that for a person to choose to not believe Germany exists, was somehow similar or akin to a person not choosing to have a theist belief that your deity exists.
That isn't the same.
Then you made the comment: "I know. It's hysterical when their own logic is used against them."
I pointed out where your logic was faulty and that comment, "I know. It's hysterical when their own logic is used against them.", is what urged me to respond.