You don't look at a single study and claim it is definite truth. When a headline about how something works or is pop ups in the news, even if it comes from scientists and a scientific group, you need to research how much has that study been subjected to peer reviews and recreated.
The media is the one guilty of having us constantly bombarded by single studies that have not been peer-reviewed. There is no easy solution that can align ourselves to the truth but by doing the work ourselves and doing a research of studies when we want to get to the core truth about something.
There is absolutely NOTHING that those who claim the magical sky daddy exist have submitted for falsification. There is NO descriptive nature of reality that includes the magical sky daddy. You don't raise a stone, look inside a tree and find a tag that says: "Made in Heaven".
There is accountability and correction in the field of science and that demonstrates it's ultimate goal to pursuit the truth and science has given us countless of advances in technology that have benefited our species achieved thanks to the way science has revealed absolute behaviors of the nature of reality that we then manipulate at our will.
The people from the parties of god do nothing but apologetics and offer nothing for corroboration.
Science flies you to the moon, religion flies you into buildings.
Thank you for the well written reply.
My point is: science can be wrong, science was wrong about a lot of subjects, science can be wrong today about a lot of things. Science couldn't see other planets, couldn't see atoms, couldn't see bacteria. Today they can see all of it. One day they may see God and when they see, they'll say, yeah God always existed, we couldn't see. Like atoms, it always existed, they couldn't see. Like human beings, they were always equal in its biology, but science thought that Africans/Asians were inferior anyway.
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