Bald, unsupported assertions are not very beneficial except, perhaps, for you. Could you please elaborate what you are getting at here and demonstrate that whatever you are claiming can be supported with evidence?
I think it can be assumed true that Christians generally consider themselves to be humble. However, it has clearly been demonstrated throughout history that human beings are not humble. Therefore, it stands to reason that most Christians are not humble. Furthermore, the fact that the vast majority of Christian sects teach that personal belief and faith are enough to allow one to be saved, and encourage people to demonstrate their faith (through good works and the like) does not demonstrate humility. Quite the opposite, in fact, since it amounts to bragging about the belief that one can be saved and win eternal life merely by being a Christian.
This is not my claim. This is your strawman (fallacy).
So which parts of it are untrue? If you think he used a strawman, then you should state what you actually believe, not simply denounce him.
All of the evidence? Every Christian's mind? Each one?
To put it bluntly, yes. Every human suffers from confirmation bias and from jumping to improper conclusions based on circumstantial evidence and from delusions based on things we believe are true. Christianity provides no immunity to this, so therefore all Christians suffer from those things. The same holds true for each person seeing themselves as the most important actor in their lives; ego is an unavoidable consequence of human consciousness, and Christianity provides no immunity to this either. And finally, given how many varieties of Christian belief there are, it is far from unreasonable to conclude that Christians tend to emphasize whatever values and morality they hold when it comes to their own personal relationship with their god.
Ignoring the fallacious nature of your assertions, you have made it quite clear here that your request for evidence in post #292 lacked any genuine desire. After all, if all of the evidence is circumstantial or delusional then why are you asking for it?
What you have shown here is that your post #292 was constructed and posted with an intent to do nothing more than confirm your bias.
This sounds like you're trying to make an ad hominem excuse to avoid presenting evidence more than anything. And I'm telling you right now that it won't cut the mustard. You don't get to use someone else's behavior as an excuse to avoid your own responsibility to present factual evidence to support your assertions.
This is not my claim nor the claim of any Christian I know. This is your strawman.
Given that you don't even recognize your own tendency to antagonize and condescend to the people here, I don't think you can use this as a justification for dismissing his statement.
This is not something I have ever claimed was the case. This is just another strawman.
You didn't use those specific words at any time, no. But given the Christian belief that each Christian has a personal relationship with the creator of the entire universe, that each person is special and came about as a direct result of said creator's cosmic plan, and that said creator has always existed and will always exist, and knows everything that has been, is, and will ever be...
How exactly is what YRM_DM said here wrong? To be blunt, none of the post I quoted above actually accomplishes much but to imply that YRM_DM is lying without actually accusing him of it, and to use it as an excuse to provide evidence he requested earlier. That doesn't exactly present you in anything resembling a good light, or even a mediocre one. What's even worse is that this fits part and parcel with what junebug said regarding you not realizing how antagonistic and condescending you are.