We can test [your god's] claims that affect matter:
He promised to answer prayer.
He promised to move mountains for just a mustard seed of faith.
He promised every believer a peace that passeth all understanding
He promised them fruits of the spirit.
He promised to return soon - before the last of his audience died.
They all fail. Your god has kept none of those promises. We can't test the promises that don't affect matter, such as the promise of an afterlife in heaven or hell, but I'm sure that you can trust that one.
You don't really expect any more from your god than I do, do you? I wonder how you would respond if you could to the disappointment of not getting heaven, either. Perhaps, "Figure of speech"?Which He does [answer prayer].
[Move a mountain with faith] Figure of speech, bro.
Intellectual dishonesty. It's "peace of God which passeth all understanding", which comes from trusting God.
"The fruit of the Spirit" is the moral character developed by the power of the Spirit, which we have.
His audience is not dead, there's about 2.2 billion if us right now.
You're obviously being lied to. You don't really care if you're right or wrong, do you, just as long as you're comforted.