That wasn't the message you sent. Here's what you wrote:I just made the reference to questioning the reality of the soil beneath my feet, in order to show you that humans have the capacity to question anything. Is there something wrong with that?
"There are ways to question the reality of the very soil that people walk on, so there is no shortage of ways to question the reality of God."
Christians typically want to cloudy clear thinking about reality to equate it with their own diffuse thinking. Thus, rationalists beliefs are only faith, and atheism is only religion,and science never proves, and you can't trust your mind even about the soil beneath your feet. The message is that all kinds of thinking are equally valid or invalid.
And no, when rational minds question the soil, it is about its qualities and history, not its existence.