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It's a refreshing change to

It's a refreshing change to see you admit you know nothing. So when someone infers rationality or design in the observable "coincidences" on which we depend so much for our existence, and conclude the probability of god, you have no ground to stand on to tell them you have any better explanation, and should just check your own arrogance, abusiveness and belittling tone at the door.

If someone takes it one step further and believes in some theological system, chooses to have faith in the claims of Jesus, in the claims of his followers of his resurrection, and choose to believe in a moral order to the world and purpose to existence, you really can't offer any narrative that is more compelling. They might be wrong, but believing in God isn't less rational than believing in the "Nothing caused everything" theory.