You are either greatly misunderstanding what I posted, or intentionally misrepresenting it. I never made any argument that because God doesn't fit some logical format therefore it cannot exist. I'm simply asking questions about the ideology within it's own framework.<quoted text>
wildride's position on the post I responded to was the latest in a long line of "God doesn't do what I'd expect God to do, so there isn't a God" posts.
I didn't make him the bad guy, but I guess I'd need to know how or why God conforms Himself to what wilderide thinks He should do before accepting his premise.
In fact, my disbelief in any deity stems from the total lack of any objective, empirical evidence for any. If such evidence were presented and verified, then I would not believe so much as I'd know there was a deity.
What is your rationale for disbelieving in every other deity except one?