If I tell you I love nacho cheese, you'll likely believe me.<quoted text>What in the world are you talking about? This isn't relevant at all. I never said anything about 'forcing" someone to like nachos, and I never said I could convince anyone whether or not they would like it. I said that your comparison between the "difficulty" of proving that you like nacho cheese and the actual difficulty of proving a god is nonsensical. Again, if someone says they like something that we know to exist, that claim can be taken at face value. That's all the "evidence" we need, because it is a mundane claim about a mundane thing, and it deals with things that are known to exist - food and preferences. Not so for god.
Also, no one would call me "delusional" for telling them they would like nachos. Are you being serious? They might not agree with me, but again, the existence of nacho cheese and the existence of likes or dislikes is not in question. It's not the same as, say, me telling someone that they would love the tender embrace of apollo, regardless of how much you wish it to be so.
Because you've experienced the sense of taste and understand the idea of loving and hating different foods.
You have no "sense" of God, you've never experienced Him. So no matter what I say, you won't believe me.
It's like trying to explain to a blind man what the color blue looks like.