Naturally, I am tempted to respond in kind. I will only say this. In trying to prove YOUR point, I think you've proved OURS. And then I wish to post a bit of counsel for all of us on this site, you and me included, that I came across the other day:
"Only those who manifest their possession, in however small a measure, of the fruits of the Spirit can persuade others that the life of the spirit is worth living. Argument and controversy are almost useless; in many cases, indeed, they are positively harmful. But this, of course, is a thing that clever men with a gift for syllogisms and sarcasm, find it peculiarly hard to admit."
Huxley, Aldous (2012-02-14). The Perennial Philosophy (P.S.) (p. 140). Harper Collins, Inc.. Kindle Edition.