Argument 5: God can be immediately known and experienced by those who seek Him. (Holy Spirit). (This is known as the Experiential Argument for the existence of God)

I have heard many times this sceptical retort: It’s impossible to know God exists. I notice it is usually said as if it takes the ultimate in hubris to suggest one can know God personally. The fallacy of this assumption, of course, is that it precludes the idea of a knowable God, a priori—before even getting out of the gate. I usually make sure to bite my tongue for a good ten seconds, then respond with this: If God is omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent, then it stands to reason that He could choose to make Himself known to whoever He wanted to, even you.