I've received a long comment on the page If you don't believe in God, how can you believe in love?, claiming faith as a way of knowing the reality of the Christian god (among other digressions). This may be from the same person making other comments on the page; I can't be certain.
Nor can I be certain that it's legitimate. Putting nearly every repeatedly-shot-down defense of Christian belief into one mega-comment feels a bit like a pull o' the leg. But what the heck. Believers do put forth each of the claims from time to time, so I'll take this opportunity to play apologetics Whack-a-Mole and set some thoughts in text.
Long back-and-forth comments on web pages get hard to read, though. (I need to change this site's layout to one allowing flexible widths.) To keep things legible, I'll post my reply below in this new blog post (followed by the full original comment, as I don't want to make out-of-context misrepresentations).
I can't say that my reply is buddy-buddy friendly. Hearing claims for some particular religious beliefs, which double as claims against competing religious beliefs, all without anything of substance telling us why the claimant believes so, gets exasperating.
Still, I do appreciate the input. Here goes: Readeth thou more