That works both ways because your previous sentence is not backed up by a cogent argument :P You’ve just made a bunch of unfounded statement that are supposedly true because you said it. Pot, kettle, black me thinks, hehe.
You don’t seem to understand the flow of events. The previous poster said a bunch of stuff, and I told him I don’t believe it. It falls to him to convince me, not to me to be convinced. If you want me to believe in God and Jesus, you have to convince me why. I’m not just going to believe what you do or believe your statements because you said them. You have to supply reasons.
The onus is not on me to make any argument, because I am not trying to evangelize to anyone or talk to them about the love of a supernatural being that I don’t have any reason to believe exists. I’m OK with you or anyone else believing what you want, but, if you want to convince me you’re right, you have to actually supply an argument.