Having read everything Plain J has posted, I don't see any reason for her to complain.
Personally, I think she's been given ample time (and, initially) polite requests to back up her assertions, with the result she just kept repeating unsupported crap (um, I mean, religious dogma) combined with the tinyest nit-picking that had no relation to the question at hand.
In reality, I have no desire to spend much time talking to (or relating with) theists of any kind, at any place. I'm already surrounded by their delusional nonsense at work, in politics, and out in the field.
All of the xanity-crazed folks here in the USA (entire states full of em down south) should, in my view, break off, make their own country, and leave the rest of rational civilization alone for once and for all - stop trying to convert me, stop trying to shove your definition of moral down my throat, stop trying to bring it into politics, stop brainwashing children (and mentally abusing them with statements of hell & heaven) - if they'd just keep it to themselves, I'd have no problems (for instance, I rarely have problems with Buddhists - they don't spend time trying to get me to see the light, nor try to pass laws reflecting their views on others).
But of course they cannot keep it to themselves, their entire self worth is tied up in the delusion that their particular interpretation of a stupid 2000 year old book is the One True Way, and when it's challenged, they either have to admit they have zero evidence and much of what they believe has no relevance in the 21st century (thereby showing most of their adult life has been a waste and is of no significance), or they must cling to these murderous and insane beliefs with all their might - and try to drag anyone and everyone down with them.
Not once in 2000 years has a shred of evidence for any god of any kind ever been presented - I'm done kindly listening to them spout more nonsense and lies, it's all bullpatties with stale cream on top.
None of it much good for current levels of civilization, and quite a bit of it (re: rick perry, santorum, priests & rabbis) is downright straight out of the dark ages (surprise, surprise!), and I do believe they want to take the rest of us down into a rebirth of the 1400's.
None of them have anything to say re: their religious beliefs that I haven't heard a 1000 times.