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