A meaningless yes/no question that can’t be answered doesn’t mean the person is answering “no” when they say it’s meaningless.

a: “Does your mother know you’re gay?”
b: That’s a meaningless question
a: Ok, put b: down for “No, his mother does not know he’s gay”.

This is your argument, Peter.
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“If you find the questioning meaningless, then CLEARLY your position is not “I believe in God””.

Dude, that’s ridiculous. A meaningless yes/no question that can’t be answered doesn’t mean the person is answering “no” when they say it’s meaningless.

I know you’re playing games now. And must this magic word sophistry be repeated again? You _do_ have a thesaurus, yes?

I find myself less inclined to take you seriously with other things you say at present. I don’t want to start thinking that. Please leave the 20 questions script with proscribed responses and talk human for a bit. You’re sounding like the rest of ‘em and I thought you had a little more up in the brain-cell dept.
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Leave the standard script for a few minutes here. It’s like taking a tour down old caves I’ve seen 100 times before and the tourguide is expecting me to be surprised when I know the guy in the boogeyman costume is going to jump out of the corner again.

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