Here is the link as I say I have no proof. He calls me delusional and I am simply stating that I did say it.
I bolded it for you.
I don't believe I have ever called you delusional. I do think you have a difficult time distinguishing your beliefs from your knowledge, but I'm not ready to imply you are delusional. Others might.
Generally, I think you have formed your beliefs around what you have been taught, and it has become part of your identity. To reject the idea of god at this point for you is to reject part of who you've become - a part of yourself that you are comfortable with and enjoy. It doesn't make any sense to you whatsoever to reject, and ultimately betray, this fundamental aspect of your persona.
To me, this means your're simply set in your beliefs. And because your belief in god is so ingrained and feels so right, you percieve it as a sense of knowing.
But knowing requires more than just perception. So what you are left with, is simply a belief.
As to the topic of this thread, the foundation of Intelligent Design is also just a belief
, which is why it belongs in the realm of philosophy or religion, not science, which is geared around attempting to know
something by examining empirical evidence.
Do you see the difference?