Yes. Why you later claimed not to is what is troubling. And this is an example of you trying to bully people. It's obvious people don't understand you, but you don't care. That is either a lie or a very stupid statement. Given the serious theological differences even between sects within these different religious groups, your statement cannot possibly be false. Unless, of course, you mean that the statement is so vague that it could mean anything. Which gets back to my point about evangelicals avoiding specifics so that they can attempt to avoid any real look at their arguments. As I said, you pick only vague definitions so that you do not have to engage with your own ideas. Again, your refusal to try to be specific and to stick with vague definitions does not help your case. You seem to be making the case that religious people have no good basis for their beliefs.