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.
“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.
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.