What your argument is helping me understand how faith affects minds. Muddying clear thinking is the stock-in-trade of faith based thought. We have seen it in many forms in this thread.
Keep telling yourself that. Do whatever you gotta do to stay away from any topic or point, just keep calling us dumb. That'll work.
Oh. Thanks for making it clear.Does Zeus exist? I'm referring to the chief god of the Greeks.
Wouldn't want anyone to think you're referring to Zeus, the bartender.
What?! I'm. It the one saying we have the "freedom to change the definitions", you are.If we subject this question to your rules - the freedom to change the definition of Zeus in any way we choose, and without specifying the new definition - it becomes meaningless.
"It means whatever we want it to mean", et al.
That's you, dude. Not me.
There's that faith-based thinking again.As I have said repeatedly, we can't have a meaningful discussion about the existence of something that is not properly defined. We can only say whether the definition provided describes something that exists or not.
The god of the Christian bible does not exist because it cannot.