forget it. No use tackling u in that, since it will be a circular argument.Meant to reply to your idea about If God being omniscient therefore God is eitherů this was my reply - I did not say that, those do exist, however they are severely punished later, or we do not rly say we do know because God judges not us. I meant to say that we can never achieve the knowledge of God which best example is global skeptics believe genuine knowledge is impossible, similar to you here where instead of genuine knowledge your proclaiming that knowing the existence of God by the evidence I mentioned is impossible.<quoted text>
that made absolutely no sense and didnt even address the post to which it was made in reply.
You`re probably doing some self-affirmation exercise right now, praying hard, rocking a little?
Rocking? what does that mean?? and I did go to pray yes after I ate, as it is obligatory. What is wrong with that? your the one he needs to do some praying Mr.Simpleton.
I never said I was an exception, neither do u, I think your the one who always tries hard and works his ass of just to find tactics on how to counter the existence of God, thus when you face a dilemma you go back and find some way or invent a new fallacy. Again this is another conv about fallacies themselves which you atheists love them soooo much that they always save you from difficult arguments. I'd love to open that up later on.<quoted text>
When the religious are faced with a logical dilemma they always `run home to momma` and attempt to reply with some metaphysical, whimsical bs which is heavy on the fluff. Their argument simply boils down to, "you cannot possibly know because you are not in my club and don`t have the secret decoder ring.
You are no exception.