Any theist would say that BOTH the monotheistic God and Pagan Gods don't exist.
So if you are going to argue that the monotheistic God does not exist, you must accept the definition of the monotheistic God before you can argue that, which is definition 1. So if you do not accept definition 1 (or any other dictionary definition of the monotheistic God) then your argument fails to show that the monotheistic God does not exist. So you cannot reject definition 1 and likewise argue that God does not exist.
Again, if you can provide a dictionary definition of the monotheistic God that includes "believed by people" I will accept it. And I will stick to my word regarding Pagan Gods and say that they, by definition, have believers. But that does not apply to the Monotheistic God.
So either accept the definition of the monotheistic God that you yourself provided, find a definition of that God that you would rather use, or you cannot argue that the monotheistic God doesn't exist for your definition does not apply to the monotheistic God.
But regardless, your response amounted to "I don't know" so you are incapable of defending your position with supported claims just like Theo couldn't do it.
He went three rounds before giving up. You didn't even go one round.
So the Turtle test showed the same results for a theist and an atheist. Neither could support their claim with any credible evidence when asked to do so.
And Theo can just use your answer "I don't know which natural, scientifically consistent method God used to make the universe".
And to define what a miracle is and is not, we should use the dictionary. So start off with a valid definition of "miracle".
[QUOTE=SadElephant;552898]You haven't said anything plausible at all! You've basically said "It's possible that a being who fits the definition of a talking strawberry created the universe". It's a bare statement - you haven't said HOW it's possible. It's an unfounded bare assertion. Please clarify.[/quote[
i DID say how it's possible. To repeat:
1. LOGICAL AXIOM: Beyond that which is proven to be impossible, everything is possible.
2. FACT: On this thread, no one has shown that God's existence is impossible
3. THEREFORE: Since no one has shown that God's existence is impossible, God's existence is possible.
I used logic (point 1) and fact (point 2) to logically draw the conclusion that God's existence is, as far as we know, possible.