Proposition: Would you have known about "god" if "god" would not have been made known to us via the bible?
Response: "you are trolling again" which is a non-sequitur, an ad hominem, a red herring and a case of avoiding the question.
Someone who is supposed to address an issue but doesn't and instead responds with a non-sequitur has committed the fallacy of avoiding the issue. Also called missing the point, straying off the subject, digressing, not sticking to the issue and so on.
The fallacy of avoiding the question is a type of fallacy of avoiding the issue. It occurs when the issue is how to answer some question and the fallacy is committed when someone's answer doesnt really respond to the question asked.
Q: Would you have known about "god" if "god" would not have been made known to us via the bible?
R: "you are trolling again"
Avoiding the question is a conscious action and qualifies therefore as dishonesty.
The simple believeth every word: but the prudent man looketh well to his going. Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.
-- the bible