Reducing God to the truth and reality.

Nouveau

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Still waiting for you to admit that

What do you know of that isn't known to exist or occur in and with your mind silly?

God experiences His own existence in and with His own mind, the same way and place I know myself to exist. I just get to know, experience and partake of God's truth and reality when I share His belief that originated in and with Him. That's how and why different minds get to to know, experience and partake in the same truth and reality. We just share the same belief.
You don't say or deal with anything about what I am saying because you can't refute what I have said to begin with.

Strawman and no. That's not the way believing minds share in the same truth and reality.

You are trying to confuse yourself so you won't and can't deal with what you are being exposed to here.
Well, that's 1 out of 3, so better than nothing. However, it's also enough for you to have contradicted yourself.

Here are the two questions you are still evading:

1. Does God exist inside of your mind? [Yes or No]
2. Does God exist outside of your mind? [Yes or No]

Here are the 3 questions you've answered by contradicting yourself:

Is reality contained within God's mind? Tercon: "Yes"
Is your mind contained within reality? Tercon: "Yes"
Is your mind contained within God's mind? Tercon: "no"

You cannot be contained within something that is itself contained within God's mind, without yourself being contained within God's mind. You can confirm this with a simple Venn diagram showing containment. Draw a circle representing God's mind. Now draw a circle representing reality. This second circle will have to be inside the first circle to show that reality is contained within God's mind. Now draw an X to show where your mind is located. You have to draw it inside both circles for your second claim to be true (putting your mind within reality), yet you have to draw it outside both circles for your last claim to be true (putting your mind outside of God's mind). This is obviously not possible.

If you disagree, then please draw and post your own Venn diagram showing how you would resolve this, making all three of your above answers true without contradiction.
 

Tercon

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Well, that's 1 out of 3, so better than nothing. However, it's also enough for you to have contradicted yourself.

Here are the two questions you are still evading:

1. Does God exist inside of your mind? [Yes or No]

You are projecting your unbelief, as you don't know God exists because you disbelieve He exists. And in your unbelief there is no truth or reality knowable to you.

God is known to exist by believers via His Spirit of truth. If God is reality, then believers exist in and because of His believing mind. And the only way and place that anything that exists can be known to exist is in and with a believing mind.

Name one way or place outside of a believing mind that the truth and reality can be known to exist or occur silly?

2. Does God exist outside of your mind? [Yes or No]

Yes. His truth and reality exists in and with every believing mind. So, He doesn't just exist in my believing mind silly.

Here are the 3 questions you've answered by contradicting yourself:

Is reality contained within God's mind? Tercon: "Yes"

Actually everything that exists and occurs in reality is the result of God's believing mind.

If the truth, logic, morality, consciousness, existence and reality itself absolutely exist and the only way and place that these things can absolutely be known to exist and occur is in and with a believing mind, then these absolutely existing things exist in and because of God's believing mind.

Is your mind contained within reality? Tercon: "Yes"
Is your mind contained within God's mind? Tercon: "no"

Actually the truth and reality are contained inside and outside of my believing mind. But the only way and place the truth and reality can be known to exist and occur is in and with someone's believing mind, because outside of a believing mind the truth and reality are unknowable.

You cannot be contained within something that is itself contained within God's mind, without yourself being contained within God's mind.

You are conflating a believing mind and brain, as the contents of someone's mind is their beliefs. And the contents of someone else's mind can be known in and to any other believing mind. So, in reality believing minds can be known in and by other believing minds and our knowledge of other believing minds are only limited to and by unbelief.

You can confirm this with a simple Venn diagram showing containment. Draw a circle representing God's mind. Now draw a circle representing reality. This second circle will have to be inside the first circle to show that reality is contained within God's mind. Now draw an X to show where your mind is located. You have to draw it inside both circles for your second claim to be true (putting your mind within reality), yet you have to draw it outside both circles for your last claim to be true (putting your mind outside of God's mind). This is obviously not possible.

Strawman. If God's mind is reality, because the only way and place reality can be known to exist and occur is in and with a believing mind. And if consciousness like reality is only knowable and experienceable in and with a believing mind, then reality must be the result of someone's consciousness. And if the truth and reality is the result of God's believing mind aka His consciousness, then God's mind or consciousness is reality. Or reality = God's believing mind aka His consciousness.

If you disagree, then please draw and post your own Venn diagram showing how you would resolve this, making all three of your above answers true without contradiction.

You obviously don't know how belief and minds work in order to share the same truth and reality.
Firstly, you are objectifying a mind and belief or IOW reification. Concepts like belief, truth, consciousness, existence and minds work and are experienced differently than physical objects.
If belief is only known to exist and occur in and with a believing mind and belief is the content of believing minds, then believing minds and their content is transferable and knowable to other believing minds when those believing minds believe the same things; IOW have the same beliefs. Minds DO NOT have to exist or occur inside of one another physically for believing minds to know and experience the SAME truth and reality, rather all they have to do is share the same beliefs. It's called a relationship. Understand?

Now, when it comes to God and having a relationship with Him, all we have to do is share His beliefs and His Spirit of truth and reality is known to the believer, then His Spirit influences the believer.

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Nouveau

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You are projecting your unbelief, as you don't know God exists because you disbelieve He exists. And in your unbelief there is no truth or reality knowable to you.

God is known to exist by believers via His Spirit of truth. If God is reality, then believers exist in and because of His believing mind. And the only way and place that anything that exists can be known to exist is in and with a believing mind.

Name one way or place outside of a believing mind that the truth and reality can be known to exist or occur silly?
None of this answers what you were replying to. Can you please answer this:

1. Does God exist inside of your mind? [Yes or No]

Yes. His truth and reality exists in and with every believing mind. So, He doesn't just exist in my believing mind silly.
Are minds the only places that God exists? And do you mean that God himself literally exists in all believers minds, or just that ideas of him exist there? If the first option, then are you saying that God exists in parts (with a part of God existing in each believers mind)?

Actually the truth and reality are contained inside and outside of my believing mind.
I think you need to work on your understanding of what the word "contained" means. Nothing can be contained in X if it also exists outside of X.

You are conflating a believing mind and brain, as the contents of someone's mind is their beliefs. And the contents of someone else's mind can be known in and to any other believing mind. So, in reality believing minds can be known in and by other believing minds and our knowledge of other believing minds are only limited to and by unbelief.
I think you're confusing knowledge and existence again. You're talking about knowledge of a thing or person being shared by different minds. I was pointing out that a thing itself cannot be contained within something that is itself contained within God's mind, without that first thing thereby also being contained within God's mind. I'm talking about the things themselves, not merely ideas or knowledge of them (which obviously can be shared).

Strawman. If God's mind is reality, because the only way and place reality can be known to exist and occur is in and with a believing mind. And if consciousness like reality is only knowable and experienceable in and with a believing mind, then reality must be the result of someone's consciousness. And if the truth and reality is the result of God's believing mind aka His consciousness, then God's mind or consciousness is reality. Or reality = God's believing mind aka His consciousness.
You have a habit of responding to things you don't understand by labeling them as strawmen and then ignoring them completely to start ranting about something unrelated. A better strategy would be to ask for clarification so that you can come to understand what is being said to you. What I was explaining to you was the transitivity of containment (i.e. if A is contained in B, and B is contained in C, then A must also be contained in C).

You obviously don't know how belief and minds work in order to share the same truth and reality.
Firstly, you are objectifying a mind and belief or IOW reification. Concepts like belief, truth, consciousness, existence and minds work and are experienced differently than physical objects.
If belief is only known to exist and occur in and with a believing mind and belief is the content of believing minds, then believing minds and their content is transferable and knowable to other believing minds when those believing minds believe the same things; IOW have the same beliefs. Minds DO NOT have to exist or occur inside of one another physically for believing minds to know and experience the SAME truth and reality, rather all they have to do is share the same beliefs. It's called a relationship. Understand?

Now, when it comes to God and having a relationship with Him, all we have to do is share His beliefs and His Spirit of truth and reality is known to the believer, then His Spirit influences the believer.

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Your diagram shows you as a believer contained within God's mind. Yet when I asked if your mind is contained within God's mind, you said "no". Are you changing that answer?
 

Tercon

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Your diagram shows you as a believer contained within God's mind. Yet when I asked if your mind is contained within God's mind, you said "no". Are you changing that answer?
Deal with this first before we go any further and stop evading what is being said to you.

Firstly, you are objectifying a mind and belief or IOW reification. Concepts like belief, truth, consciousness, existence and minds work and are experienced differently than physical objects.
If belief is only known to exist and occur in and with a believing mind and belief is the content of believing minds, then believing minds and their content is transferable and knowable to other believing minds when those believing minds believe the same things; IOW have the same beliefs. Minds DO NOT have to exist or occur inside of one another physically for believing minds to know and experience the SAME truth and reality, rather all they have to do is share the same beliefs. It's called a relationship. Understand?

Now, when it comes to God and having a relationship with Him, all we have to do is share His beliefs and His Spirit of truth and reality is known to the believer, then His Spirit influences the believer.
 

Tercon

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You have a habit of responding to things you don't understand by labeling them as strawmen and then ignoring them completely to start ranting about something unrelated. A better strategy would be to ask for clarification so that you can come to understand what is being said to you. What I was explaining to you was the transitivity of containment (i.e. if A is contained in B, and B is contained in C, then A must also be contained in C).

It is a strawman because it doesn't represent what I believe.

This is what I believe, now deal with this and then we can move on:

If God's mind is reality, because the only way and place reality can be known to exist and occur is in and with a believing mind. And if consciousness like reality is only knowable and experienceable in and with a believing mind, then reality must be the result of someone's consciousness. And if the truth and reality is the result of God's believing mind aka His consciousness, then God's mind or consciousness is reality. Or reality = God's believing mind aka His consciousness.
 

Nouveau

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Deal with this first before we go any further and stop evading what is being said to you.

Firstly, you are objectifying a mind and belief or IOW reification. Concepts like belief, truth, consciousness, existence and minds work and are experienced differently than physical objects.
If belief is only known to exist and occur in and with a believing mind and belief is the content of believing minds, then believing minds and their content is transferable and knowable to other believing minds when those believing minds believe the same things; IOW have the same beliefs. Minds DO NOT have to exist or occur inside of one another physically for believing minds to know and experience the SAME truth and reality, rather all they have to do is share the same beliefs. It's called a relationship. Understand?

Now, when it comes to God and having a relationship with Him, all we have to do is share His beliefs and His Spirit of truth and reality is known to the believer, then His Spirit influences the believer.
I'm going to need you to answer my questions before I allow you to ignore them and change the subject. I asked you if your mind is contained within God's mind, and you said "no". But now you've drawn a diagram locating yourself within God's mind. So which of those is wrong?
 

Tercon

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None of this answers what you were replying to. Can you please answer this:

1. Does God exist inside of your mind? [Yes or No]

I explained how minds work in sharing their content with one another and you didn't refute what I said about how minds share their content. So why do you continue to pretend that believing minds work like physical objects silly?
 

Tercon

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I'm going to need you to answer my questions before I allow you to ignore them and change the subject. I asked you if your mind is contained within God's mind, and you said "no". But now you've drawn a diagram locating yourself within God's mind. So which of those is wrong?
I did. I showed you how believing minds work and you ignored it bluff.
 

Tercon

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I think you need to work on your understanding of what the word "contained" means.

I think you need to work on your unbelief, because your understanding of how belief and believing minds work is delusional to say the least.

Nothing can be contained in X if it also exists outside of X.

If X is how and where everything is known to exist and occur like a believing mind, then nothing can be known to exist or occur outside or without a believing mind and X silly.
 

Tercon

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I think you're confusing knowledge and existence again. You're talking about knowledge of a thing or person being shared by different minds. I was pointing out that a thing itself cannot be contained within something that is itself contained within God's mind, without that first thing thereby also being contained within God's mind. I'm talking about the things themselves, not merely ideas or knowledge of them (which obviously can be shared).

Strawman. Not at all. But if the only way and place that knowledge and existence can be known to exist and occur is in and with a believing mind, then both knowledge and existence require and entail a believing mind in order to exist and occur. QED
 

Nouveau

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It is a strawman because it doesn't represent what I believe.
Correcting you is not strawmanning. If you say 2+2 equals 5, and I say that no, it equals 4, I have not engaged in strawmanning. To strawman is to attribute to you a position you don't hold, and I did not do that.

This is what I believe, now deal with this and then we can move on:

If God's mind is reality, because the only way and place reality can be known to exist and occur is in and with a believing mind. And if consciousness like reality is only knowable and experienceable in and with a believing mind, then reality must be the result of someone's consciousness. And if the truth and reality is the result of God's believing mind aka His consciousness, then God's mind or consciousness is reality. Or reality = God's believing mind aka His consciousness.
I'm dealing with that by collecting your answers to some simple questions. But I don't have all your answers yet. Here's what we have so far:

1. Does God exist inside of your mind? [Yes or No?]
2. Does God exist outside of your mind? Tercon: "Yes"
3. Is reality contained within God's mind? Tercon: "Yes"
4. Is your mind contained within reality? Tercon: "Yes"
5. Is your mind contained within God's mind? Tercon: "No"... But also Tercon (in his diagram): Yes

So I'm still waiting on an answer to (1) and clarification on (5).

Note also that 2-4 collectively entail that your own mind exists outside of your mind, so feel free to change those answers too if you like.
 

Nouveau

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I explained how minds work in sharing their content with one another and you didn't refute what I said about how minds share their content. So why do you continue to pretend that believing minds work like physical objects silly?
Just answer the question please:

1. Does God exist inside of your mind? [Yes or No]
 

Nouveau

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I did. I showed you how believing minds work and you ignored it bluff.
Please clarify. Were you wrong when you said your mind is not contained within God's mind? Or was your diagram wrong when you drew your own mind contained within God's mind?
 

Nouveau

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I think you need to work on your unbelief, because your understanding of how belief and believing minds work is delusional to say the least.

If X is how and where everything is known to exist and occur like a believing mind, then nothing can be known to exist or occur outside or without a believing mind and X silly.
If you are going to use the word "contained" then you really need to learn what it means.
 

Nouveau

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Strawman. Not at all. But if the only way and place that knowledge and existence can be known to exist and occur is in and with a believing mind, then both knowledge and existence require and entail a believing mind in order to exist and occur. QED
You're doing it again - responding to something you don't understand by crying "strawman" and then launching into your own word salad instead of addressing what you were responding to. This is not a good habit. Please ask for clarification if you don't understand something.
 

Tercon

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Correcting you is not strawmanning. If you say 2+2 equals 5, and I say that no, it equals 4, I have not engaged in strawmanning. To strawman is to attribute to you a position you don't hold, and I did not do that.

Strawman and projection. I didn't argue "2+2 equals 5" silly. And suggesting I did is a strawman. And you are doing just that right here by attributing such positions as "2+2=5" to me. You're strawmanning.

Notice Reader that he never deals with what is said to him, but relies on strawmen he makes up instead. Why? Because what is being said to him is true and to dispute it he'd make himself look completely irrational.

I'm dealing with that by collecting your answers to some simple questions. But I don't have all your answers yet. Here's what we have so far:

1. Does God exist inside of your mind? [Yes or No?]

All truth and reality are ONLY known to exist and occur with and inside a believing mind.

2. Does God exist outside of your mind? Tercon: "Yes"

ALL truth and reality is ONLY known to exist and occur in and with believing minds.

3. Is reality contained within God's mind? Tercon: "Yes"

If the only way and place that the truth and reality can be known to exist and occur is in and with a believing mind, and outside or without a believing mind the truth and reality is unknowable and doesn't have a means to occur, then the truth and reality must exist in and with God's believing mind.

4. Is your mind contained within reality? Tercon: "Yes"

If the ONLY thing capable of making the truth and reality known to exist and occur is a believing mind, then the ONLY way to know the truth and reality is to have a belief in reality. God's mind = reality.


5. Is your mind contained within God's mind? Tercon: "No"... But also Tercon (in his diagram): Yes

Strawman. I share God's beliefs.

The contents of minds are beliefs.
So, if different people can know one another's mind by just sharing the same beliefs, then minds can share the same content and experience the same thing by sharing the same beliefs..

So I'm still waiting on an answer to (1) and clarification on (5).

Note also that 2-4 collectively entail that your own mind exists outside of your mind, so feel free to change those answers too if you like.

Strawman and projection. No, "your own mind" just doesn't know how the truth and reality works.

Just answer the question please:

1. Does God exist inside of your mind? [Yes or No]

God's truth and reality exists and occurs in any believing mind.

Please clarify. Were you wrong when you said your mind is not contained within God's mind? Or was your diagram wrong when you drew your own mind contained within God's mind?

Reification of beliefs and minds. Beliefs and minds aren't physical objects, they are mental acts and concepts that are known and experienced differently than physical objects.

If you are going to use the word "contained" then you really need to learn what it means.

You really have to stop objectifying everything or you will never know how and why the truth, reality and minds work properly.

You're doing it again - responding to something you don't understand by crying "strawman" and then launching into your own word salad instead of addressing what you were responding to. This is not a good habit. Please ask for clarification if you don't understand something.

Strawman and projection. No actually you're just talking about something (QM) that you don't know how to interpret, because your unbelief and materialism won't allow you to interpret it correctly.
 

Nouveau

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Strawman and projection. I didn't argue "2+2 equals 5" silly. And suggesting I did is a strawman. And you are doing just that right here by attributing such positions as "2+2=5" to me. You're strawmanning.
I did not suggest that you argued 2+2=5. I did not attribute that position to you. All I did was explain the difference between strawmanning and disagreement, as you consistently get this wrong, as you've done again here.

All truth and reality are ONLY known to exist and occur with and inside a believing mind.
Please just try to answer the question asked:

1. Does God exist inside of your mind? [Yes or No?]

Strawman. I share God's beliefs. The contents of minds are beliefs.
So, if different people can know one another's mind by just sharing the same beliefs, then minds can share the same content and experience the same thing by sharing the same beliefs.
So your diagram (with your mind inside God's mind) didn't show containment? That means you didn't draw what was asked for. I asked you to draw a Venn diagram showing location and containment, not of beliefs, but of the actual things themselves, as your answers on this were contradictory. You said reality is contained within God's mind, and that your mind is contained within reality, but denied that your mind is contained within God's mind. Please draw a new Venn diagram showing how these three can all be true, showing location and containment (not of beliefs but) of God, reality, and your own mind.

Strawman and projection.
I'm afraid it's neither. You said that your mind is contained within reality, that reality is contained within God's mind, and that God's mind exists outside of your mind. From this it follows that your mind exists outside of your own mind. You've told me that you are literally out of your own mind. Or can you draw another Venn diagram showing otherwise?

Strawman and projection. No actually you're just talking about something (QM) that you don't know how to interpret, because your unbelief and materialism won't allow you to interpret it correctly.
I didn't even mention QM, and neither did you. Have you been confused by your own word salad?
 

Tercon

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I did not suggest that you argued 2+2=5. I did not attribute that position to you. All I did was explain the difference between strawmanning and disagreement, as you consistently get this wrong, as you've done again here.

Sure you did bluff. If you weren't, then why are you trying to attribute a falsity to me? And you consistently lie, always there is a lie in your mouth accusing a believer of what you cannot show to be true with your insidious braindead unbelief.

Please just try to answer the question asked:

1. Does God exist inside of your mind? [Yes or No?]

Every I know to exist and occur I ONLY know to exist and occur in and with my believing mind silly. And that goes for everyone who knows how the truth and reality works. And why your unbelieving atheist mind doesn't work to make the truth and reality known to you.

So your diagram (with your mind inside God's mind) didn't show containment? That means you didn't draw what was asked for. I asked you to draw a Venn diagram showing location and containment, not of beliefs, but of the actual things themselves, as your answers on this were contradictory.

Strawman. Not at all, in reality the same belief can exist and occur in multiple believing minds at the same time and those beliefs reveal the same reality. Your problem is that none of this is even known to you, because you are wallowing around in the abyss trying to figure out how a unbelieving mind makes anything known to you. FYI, unbelieving minds don't and can't make anything known to you, including the truth and reality. That's why unbelievers can't interpret QM, it is because they start with a presupposition that reality is physical in nature. When in reality all knowledge and existence can ONLY be known to exist and occur in and because of a believing mind.

You said reality is contained within God's mind, and that your mind is contained within reality, but denied that your mind is contained within God's mind. Please draw a new Venn diagram showing how these three can all be true, showing location and containment (not of beliefs but) of God, reality, and your own mind.

Beliefs can be contained in and by multiple believing minds at the same time, that is how the truth and reality is shared between believing minds. Is this unknown to you? That's why unbelievers are left outside of reality, they have unbelieving minds, when in reality a believing mind is necessary in order to make the truth and reality known to everyone including unbelievers.

Reader this unbeliever doesn't even know how and why the truth and reality works ONLY in and with a believing mind, they are completely oblivious to reality's demand for belief before He gives up His prize.

I'm afraid it's neither. You said that your mind is contained within reality, that reality is contained within God's mind, and that God's mind exists outside of your mind. From this it follows that your mind exists outside of your own mind. You've told me that you are literally out of your own mind. Or can you draw another Venn diagram showing otherwise?

The one I made is fine, believers are contained inside of God's reality and unbelievers outside. That's you on the outside pretending you know the truth and reality, when I can see the empty void that you are becoming.

I didn't even mention QM, and neither did you. Have you been confused by your own word salad?

No, not at all. I actually understand how the truth and reality exists and occurs. And both require and entail a believing mind in order to exist and occur. And you can't even begin to argue against it without exposing the illogical abyss that is YOUR unbelieving mind silly.
 

Nouveau

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Sure you did bluff. If you weren't, then why are you trying to attribute a falsity to me? And you consistently lie, always there is a lie in your mouth accusing a believer of what you cannot show to be true with your insidious braindead unbelief.
I did not attribute a falsity to you, and I did not lie. I merely explained to you the difference between strawmanning and disagreement.

Every I know to exist and occur I ONLY know to exist and occur in and with my believing mind silly. And that goes for everyone who knows how the truth and reality works. And why your unbelieving atheist mind doesn't work to make the truth and reality known to you.
Is that a Yes or a No? Can you please just answer the question:

1. Does God exist inside of your mind? [Yes or No?]

Strawman. Not at all, in reality the same belief can exist and occur in multiple believing minds at the same time...

Beliefs can be contained in and by multiple believing minds at the same time...
No-one asked you about the location of beliefs. You were asked about the location and containment of your mind, God's mind, and reality. Your first said that your mind is not located in God's mind, then you drew a diagram locating your mind within God's mind. One of those has to be wrong.

The one I made is fine, believers are contained inside of God's reality and unbelievers outside.
So you're now saying that your mind does exist within God's mind, and that you were wrong when you previously denied this? It's hard to keep track of your position when you keep contradicting yourself and changing your answers. Here's what I've got so far. Please let me know if this is correct, or if you want any of these changed from a Yes to a No, or vice versa. Please don't split up this section below to respond to points individually. If any part is inaccurate, then just repost the full list with a revised set of Yes/No answers.

1. Does God exist inside of your mind? [Yes or No? I think you mean 'Yes' but you've yet to give me a straight answer.]
2. Does God exist outside of your mind? Tercon: "Yes"
3. Is reality contained within God's mind? Tercon: "Yes"
4. Is your mind contained within reality? Tercon: "Yes"
5. Is your mind contained within God's mind? [You said "No", but now seem to be saying Yes, and your diagram also says Yes.]
 

Tercon

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I did not attribute a falsity to you, and I did not lie. I merely explained to you the difference between strawmanning and disagreement.

Here you are attributing that argument to me and suggesting that my argument is like "2+2 equals 5" (a falsity) without actually dealing with my argument silly.

Correcting you is not strawmanning. If you say 2+2 equals 5, and I say that no, it equals 4, I have not engaged in strawmanning. To strawman is to attribute to you a position you don't hold, and I did not do that.

Is that a Yes or a No? Can you please just answer the question:

1. Does God exist inside of your mind? [Yes or No?]

Everything everyone knows and experiences is in and with their believing mind. And you are pretending there is some other way or place outside of a believing mind that things can be known to you silly.

No-one asked you about the location of beliefs. You were asked about the location and containment of your mind, God's mind, and reality.

How about the ONLY way and place that is able to contain the truth and reality is a believing mind? Because, if belief is necessary in order to make the truth and reality known and the ONLY thing capable of containing the truth and reality is a believing mind, then the truth and reality must be the result of a believing mind.

Your first said that your mind is not located in God's mind, then you drew a diagram locating your mind within God's mind. One of those has to be wrong. So you're now saying that your mind does exist within God's mind, and that you were wrong when you previously denied this?

If I said that, then I must have misspoke. The diagram shows how I am in His mind and He in mine. If I am inside His mind and His mind is reality, then His reality and Mind is in my mind as well. If I share God's belief, then I share His truth and reality as well.

It's hard to keep track of your position when you keep contradicting yourself and changing your answers.

No it isn't hard at all, you're just trying to hide the truth and reality of God from yourself all the time in order to sustain your unbelief, because unbelief has no object of belief in order to maintain your position.

Here's what I've got so far. Please let me know if this is correct, or if you want any of these changed from a Yes to a No, or vice versa. Please don't split up this section below to respond to points individually. If any part is inaccurate, then just repost the full list with a revised set of Yes/No answers.

1. Does God exist inside of your mind? [Yes or No? I think you mean 'Yes' but you've yet to give me a straight answer.]

Everything everyone knows and experiences is in and with their believing mind. And you are pretending there is some other way or place outside of a believing mind that things can be known to you silly.

2. Does God exist outside of your mind? Tercon: "Yes"

If the truth and reality is ONLY able to be known to occur in and with a believing mind, then all truth and reality depends on someone's believing mind for its existence and occurrence.

3. Is reality contained within God's mind? Tercon: "Yes"

The truth and reality is the result of God's believing mind, His mind is the Original believing mind that creates and sustains all other believing minds. And outside of a believing mind nothing is knowable or occurable.

4. Is your mind contained within reality? Tercon: "Yes"

If the truth and reality is only known to exist and occur in and with a believing mind, then it is only believing minds that can be known to contain the truth and reality.

5. Is your mind contained within God's mind? [You said "No", but now seem to be saying Yes, and your diagram also says Yes.]

When different minds share the same beliefs, then they get to share the same truth and reality as well.
 
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