False. You have an unbelieving mind, and I can prove it. All you have to do is agree with the following:
It is impossible for anyone to "believe falsehoods as truth", including you. But it's only unbelievers who think they can believe their unbelief exists.
People believe falsehoods all the time. Consider a Christian, and a Muslim. Both believe their God is the one true God, one must be wrong, so one of them believes a falsehood.
Are you a Christian? You seem very confused about basic things, perhaps you should talk to your pastor.
I will pray for you.
A brainless tautology. You might as well have said "a belief in the truth always makes the truth known to the believer".
What are you talking about? I believe in God, why would I want to pray for things that I don't believe in?Like I said, you should pray for your unbelief.
How does my argument fail? My argument is that belief is not enough to allow us to discern truth from falsehood.So, if it doesn't mean that it isn't true in reality either, then your argument fails.
The child does have to touch the stove or see evidence of someone else having been burned to "know" the truth.Wrong. If a parent tells a child not to touch a stove because it will burn, then the child doesn't have to touch the stove or experience a burn in order to know the truth, all they have to do is believe their parents. That's how the truth and reality works, and your opinion as to how and why it works is irrelevant, because the only thing required from you is your belief in order to make to known to you. The rest is just you projecting your unbelief into everything and making the truth and reality unknown to you.
If it is true. If it isn't true then your belief that it is true is wrong.
It makes it "known" to be true. It doesn't make it true. Your belief doesn't make it true. It's either true or it's not independent of your belief.
Our senses or feelings is what informs our beliefs. Then we "know".
Then you only believed. You didn't know.
If you did everything they told you, how did you pay dearly for not believing?
You just said that you acted upon what your parents told you. That you believed your parents. You were piggy backing upon their beliefs. You didn't believe for yourself. You didn't know and experience the truth and reality you just blindly followed your parent's instructions.
As has been pointed out many times, belief is necessary but one belief is not sufficient on it's own to make the truth known to you.
And you can't know that it is true simply by believing it.
No the truth originates in reality.
So you don't have any senses? How do you know what reality is?
If the stove is on then you can feel the heat. You can also observe what has happened to others who did touch the stove.
No. Name one thing you believe is true but don't know is true?
No, the evaluation of something as true and real is the product of our believing mind. Our believing minds don't makes something true and real.
What informs you of the truth and reality. Without your senses you have nothing to believe.
I didn't agree with you. So even though you "believe" I do it isn't true.
But that is our argument with you and biological sex and gender identity. So I would agree with you except you dont always believe that yourself.Right.
Belief is not needed to sense something, as has been repeatedly pointed out to Tercon over these last few months. Sene perception occurs, after which you decide whether the perceptions represent reality or not.