Comment: Do you know what it means "to beg the question?"

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Do you know what it means "to beg the question?"

For example, if I ask "WHEN did you stop beating your wife?"

It begs that there was a time (a WHEN) you beat your wife. So the question is fallacious. This question does not relate to reality or anything true. Only a semantic trick that supposes the answer. (the begging.)

So to ask WHO gives you morality? or
WHO made that mountain over there? or
WHO makes the storm clouds?

Are all fallacious questions. Not one of these questions is answered with a "WHO."
The question supposes that the answer "is a person" or "a WHO" as you have said.
So this is "begging the question," and supposing the answer.
As in "When did you stop beating your wife."
Same type of question.


You may wonder HOW? What? What process?


But saying "I don't know" is completely acceptable. It is honest. If that is the truth, that is what you should say.

But if there is something to which you say "I don't know." It is not honest, and does not justify saying "So I will just say that Yahweh did it."

That is dishonest.

I am comfortable with "I don't know." Because I value the truth. And I value honesty.