My bad. I should have put a smiley there, so I can understand the confusion.
I thought by "Holy Writ" you were referring to the Tanakh, in which the Nevi'im (including the book of Daniel) is included. An honest mistake, I'm sure you would agree.
So, you're saying that something that I believe does exist doesn't, in fact, exist? Maybe if we look at this in a syllogistic manner, it might help you see it from my point of view:What I did say was that absolute truth does not exist.
1. I believe in absolute truth
2. (you claim that) absolute truth does not exist
3. Therefore, I believe in something that does not exist
I have a hard time taking "you believe in something that does not exist" to mean another other than "what you believe is wrong."
Thank you for the clarification. That is, indeed, helpful.
I didn't bring up Daniel. Your fellow pagan did.
It came from a joke that I made and has now been taken waaaaay out of context and has brought about all sorts of explanations. All this because I didn't add a smiley at the end of my sentence