The logic of your theory is flawed, as has been pointed out to you. I think you are attempting to bend conclusions to suit the theory that you have posited and that is why you have tangled yourself in your own words.
Yes I do feel tangled in my words. As soon as I say them I doubt them. It is always like this. I shut up for long periods, and then nonsense just comes out.
1) A religious 'narrative' as you describe it can be measured against the object of its foundation.
I think that is indeed a useful approach, but it does still require a commitment to the idea that beliefs should be consistent. It is also inevitable that other bodies of knowledge and systems of thought need to be drawn upon during the evaluation. No evaluation, even of a "foundation" can be done in a vacuum.
2) It does not require that a person hold to any religious belief in order for them to prove a flawed theology.
No religious belief is necessary obviously, but that is not the same as saying no other belief system at all is required. My contention is that one belief system can only be combatted by adopting another for the task. Otherwise you might as well try to as well try to knock down a wall with a bathroom sponge in your hand. Further I suggest that we are all equipped with sledgehammers anyway, even those of us deluded into believing we have only sponges.
The statement "x is false" is meaningless without some positive affirmation lurking in the background.
I am not sure what has been going on between yourself and Narkissos but I understand completely and actually confirm with my own view his expression which suggests that he believes 'everything and nothing' - though taking a literalist approach to this statement, as you seem to have done, is actually missing its point.
I am not sure what is going on either. His attack on me came totally out of the blue. I like the way it sounds, how you and Narkissos express yourselves, I just worry that the claim to believe in nothing is either meaningless or deceptive/delusional. What purpose does the claim serve?
If you do not mind me observing, your posts often reflect the mind of a person who is desperately trying not to face the inevitable about the WTS and its teachings.
Well I don't believe Jehovah's Witnesses have the truth in any shape or form at this point. I don't know how many ways I can say that same thing yet some seem to doubt I mean what I say.