I care why people believe what they believe. It's kind of the whole point. The problem is those who believe religious claims don't have good reason or evidence for their beliefs.First, you've said that you don't care why people believe what they believe. The why is the rationality. If you reject the rationality, then that's on you.
I've been clearer than that. I've mentioned the "major religions," and I've mentioned theism broadly. None of these things are reasonable, as they haven't met their burden of proof.Second, "religious beliefs" is broadly interpreted and can mean anything. It can be applied to your pursuits.
It would also be okay if I only talked about "religious beliefs," since the word "religious" does in fact carry meaning.
I'm bored of you playing semantic games and trying redefine things into existence or rationality. I've been very specific about what I mean by what I say, but you've proceeded to ignore me and assert your own definitions as though they have any relevance to what I've said.Semantics are usually the difference between people, religions, cultures, and what the data implies in scientific research. If you are bored of semantics, you can just keep repeating your dull mantras.
JW beliefs, like other religious and/or theistic beliefs, are without evidence demonstrating their truthfulness. This makes the beliefs equally "illogical," to use the word in the title of this thread. If you disagree, please provide evidence for the beliefs you're defending.
If your goal is to do a semantic dance and not address the topic at hand, I wouldn't bother.