I say, “Let us start with the concept of existence, do you have any at all concept of existence?”
You never addressed anything I responded to in the post I quoted and broke down. Yet you think I need to explain myself, when I have clearly done so. If you can't understand it, maybe you lack the intellect to do so. Which is why the words seem like "empty words".
I have already explained the problem with discussing "existence". We have NOTHING to compare it with. So we all make a base assumption that this, here (reality) as we experience it as existence itself. But this assumption could be completely wrong, but we have no way of verifying it. At the same time we have zero information, or evidence that there is any other kind of existence other than this one. We have NOTHING to base any facts that there is any other forms of existence. It is completely conjecture if you even try.
Or is all that more "empty words". Nothing empty about it. Maybe you need to start thinking rather than just blindly accepting certain things to be true when they are baseless and unfounded?
A god could technically exist, but we have no way to verify it. On top of that we can't determine if this god even cares that we exist or that it even created the universe. All of this is assumed to be true. None of it can be examined or verified to be true. Assumption built upon assumption with even more assumption.
There are a finite number of possibilities. They can't all be true.
1. There is no god.
2. There is a god but it did not create the universe.
3. There are multiple gods.
4. There is a god and it created the universe but does not care about you or anyone.
5. There is a god but its not the christian god, it's something else entirely.
6. There is a god, it created the universe and wants to see you suffer in it for it's enjoyment.
7. There is a god and it created the universe for your well being.
There are a limited number of options but notice that a HUGE majority of those options do not have your best interest in mind. All these are possible to be true yet we have absolutely NO way to determine which one is true. But theists like to assume they know which one is true. But they are delusional and dishonest when they regurgitate it as if it were a fact.