I just read the comments.
You shouldn't be able to claim victory on any argument. It's against the rules. Submit the argument and your counter argument to our judge and he will decide who is the winner. For now I definitely do not
admit defeat as per your suggestion.
Let me clear things up about the existence and my definition
Exist : Whatever as a name and
Real : There are different degrees of reality. The more the thing affect me the more it's real.
Now about your definition of exist :
"Exist: Something that can influence something else directly (without the use of an intermediary, such as a person acting on their belief in a deity, although the belief itself does affect them directly)."
According to that :
Numbers don't exist.
Mathematics don't exist.
Colors don't exist.
Infinite don't exist.
Perfection don't exist.
Basically not much exist but the physical palpable world.
Here is the kick. You acknowledge the existence of things (quantities and emotions) that do not follow your rules of existence.
Since the Reply #25 : "Also, note that this is taking longer than I'd like. Let's get over this quickly and get to the debunking of all arguments you can put forth. You are asking me to cut this discussion short." you wanted me to finish this quickly so I stopped looking into the definition of existence and accepted yours...even if I did not completely agree.
On reply #87 I stop trying to understand your world and jump into mine.
"God is everything" is just a saying. Nothing to stop your counter argument there. I told you SINCE God is an emotion AND emotions exist THEN God exist.
(if only partially)
Q.E.D.(from the Latin quod erat demonstrandum)
or CQFD (Ce Qu'il Fallait Démontrer) in french.
I don't need to demonstrate that God is omnipotent omniscient and infinite to win this debate. I just need to demonstrate that he Exist.
If you want me to demonstrate that God is omnipotent omniscient and infinite We could do it on another debate and close this one on my win