Not you. So you agree with me that NOT ALL belief is necessary.
Strawman and projection. If I don't believe in leprechauns, then that's not a belief but a unbelief. And if I believe in God, then that's a belief in reality. So, you are doing nothing but project your own unbelief by conflating unbelief and belief.
No you haven't. Mere assertions are not logical connections.
No it isn't just "assertions" and "not logical connections".
It is in fact the logical truth, because if the truth and reality absolutely exists and can ONLY be known to exist and occur in and with a believing mind, then I have made an absolute logical connection between the logical truth and reality and a believing mind. And because the truth and reality cannot be known to occur in any other way or place but ONLY a believing mind and you have never been able to show otherwise, then the Reader can be quite confident in a absolute logical connection between the logical truth and reality and a believing mind.
Do you know what 'necessary' means in the statement: 'Belief is necessary to make the truth and reality known to exist and occur'? It means that your opinion as to belief's necessity and sufficiency is irrelevant, because belief must occur in reality before the truth and reality is made known to you. All you are doing is projecting your unbelief and conflating belief and unbelief in order to keep the truth and reality hidden from yourself.