Your point remains as an illusion with no evidence. You have yet to show how it is possible to freely choose to believe something does not exist. Either it does or it doesn't. Expecting someone to believe something is real when it is not is precisely a violation of free will.
Lukvance, do you think I choose to not know "God" exists?
We don't care. His existence is not based on your choice. He exist whether you want it or not. I can't force you to admit that Alzheimer's exist, if you don't want to believe you won't. Same thing with "your kid is sad". It's because of your free will. In conclusion, Your free will allows you to deny the existence of something that exist. But, this is not the subject here.
Answer my question! Do you think I choose to not know “God” exists?
I could guess that you've answered yes but then when I point out the absurdity of that answer you could deny it. You are dodging.
I know full well that the existence of something is not based on whether we choose to believe it or not. THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT YOU DON'T SEEM TO UNDERSTAND. It is quite amazing that you say things that you don't actually comprehend. It is almost as if you are parroting trained responses.
I DON'T CHOOSE TO BELIEVE THAT SOMETHING DOES OR DOESN'T EXIST! Why are you refusing to acknowledge that?
You also refuse to tell me how my free will allows me to choose to deny the existence of something?
Are you capable of doing this, denying the existence of anything which clearly exists? If so, please show me how, I have no clue how to deny the existence of something which clearly exists.
If you can prove that it is possible to honestly deny the existence of something which does clearly exist, THEN I will consider your point as reasonable. Until then your point is completely unreasonable and absurd.
Okay, here is the equation:
1. “God” exists
2. “God” is capable of communicating with all humans.
3. “God” is caring, loving and desires to communicate with all humans.
4. Myself and others do not know that “God” exists.
5. Due to premise 4, either premise 1, 2 or 3 is False
6. Either “God” does not exist, is not capable of communication, or is not caring, loving or interested in communication with humans.
Lukvance, that is it. End of story. You either understand that or you refuse to understand it. The free will defense doesn’t work, try again.
Take your pick Lukvance, either “God” does not exist, “God” is not capable of communication with all humans or “God” is not a caring, loving god interested in communication with all humans.
OR you are going to need a far better response than this “God respects our freedoms” horse shit.