No, it would not be fair to say that. You made a claim, posted on a public forum, where other people habitually comment on such matters, and where, in fact, it is anticipated that others will comment.
No problem so far " you initial comment was fair. It is the posts that follow, and the beliefs they show, that I was referring to.
...That you had on expectation in the matter at all?
Ahh...you completely avoided the question, which was quoted and highlighted / underlined, so that you couldn't miss it. It is plain as day that you believed that I expected you to accept
my proposition - while it's plain as day there is plenty of evidence to the contrary (that I couldn't care less if you accepted
it or not), including those two quotes I mentioned, and my mention numerous times of how we do not have words for every concept, so some words just have to make do, so there is little point trying to convince me to use another word.
In the face of actual evidence to the contrary of your ongoing belief (that my expectation was that you accept
my concept)...I can only say that religion hardly has a blinder adherence to any of it's beliefs.
The only thing RG has right is that he mostly spells his words correctly, otherwise, he gets almost nothing right these days, at least not when he replies to me, whether or not i have addressed him.
Then you are blind to the obvious. He spotted how little I worried that you disagreed. Some things are worth debating - the topic wasn't (to me), nor was changing how I phrase the concept...but what you had to say was interesting and understandable enough that I thought I'd explain how I look at things (not in relation to the topic - but in relation to the concept that we as people don't have to have concrete beliefs, nor worry too much that others disagree with them - concepts don't always translate well in any language, and are often perceived differently, so why worry overly about attempting to explain something someone vehemantly disagrees with? It makes sense to me, but I don't feel any need for it to make sense to you, nor for you to agree with it)
Now I have no idea if I explained that particularly well, but perhaps you get the gist.