I gave you proof from the bible, which was written by smart mean and women.
Which doesn't comprise proof because it has no explanatory power, no facts, and does not help one to establish what is true. Even when asked, you cannot even deliver the terms that would make it 'proof'.
I also gave you instances of how I had personally experienced God.
And everyone promptly explained how you could never actually determine that you had experienced god through these descriptions. You simply use the same circular fallacy you use for belief to subscribe it to your experience. You don't even bother to respond to explain how you know it to be true.
It's your choice not to believe it.
No belief for anyone is ever a matter of 'choice'. I can no more walk outside and have a pet dragon fly me to work then I can to suddenly have a pocket full of gold. I have never been able to 'choose' to believe in anything and it won't start now. The only thing I can do is wait for sufficient reason and evidence to believe.
But you don't provide sufficient reason or evidence to believe, you don't even respect people or are honest/sincere enough to provide sufficient reason and evidence. You simply cite things that are not evidence without explanation and use idiotic personal experiences that even if they were true would only be evidence for you ( and no one else ).
I guess when you were in school and the teacher introduced new material, you chose not to believe him.
Learning is a methodological process of explanation, observation, and understanding.
You provide nothing to be explained. You provide nothing to be observed. You provide nothing that could be understood. Even when we ask you, you provide nothing.
In order for learning to take place, you have to make a decision to believe the information.
False. Learning only need take place after the explanation has matched the observation and become understanding. You don't explain, there is nothing to observe, and you offer no help in understanding.
I am not going to force it. The fact that you say you don't believe it does not make it false.
Never said that, again do not say I say things I've never said. That is dishonest.
The opposite is also true,"The fact that you say you believe it does not make it true." Since all you do is say you believe it, then you do not actually know it to be true. Just like using circular reasoning makes it impossible to determine what is true.
I would go a step further and actually say that your claimed god doesn't exist. It is imaginary because you use pre-conceived notions of attributes to assign to an imagined character. You use nothing more then your own personal authority and intuition to make up belief out of thin air with no explanation whatsoever. That makes your god a self projetion of you, ie it makes god imaginary.