Philosophers, mystics, and even cognitive scientists seem to agree that there is no reality, that it’s all an illusion. The vague, ambiguous category of persons called neuroscientists will take it a step further, and insist that consciousness itself is an illusion. If you ask them what, exactly, is it that’s having the illusion, if not a consciousness, then you’re subjected to that look that combines disappointment, concern, and pity.
And yet, If I’m driving my illusion down the road, I can’t steer it into your illusion coming the other way without resulting in the two of us having substantially the same illusion about the outcome.
On the other hand, if the whole thing is my illusion only, conscious or not, I am, in effect, God. In which case I refuse to generate a Son just to send him down for you to torture to death and then coopt for your own purposes.