https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DkeUWHwV4AIVEuD?format=jpg @lightriderhttps://pbs.twimg.com/media/DkeUWHwV4AIVEuD?format=jpg Almost all, if not all, atheists are quite religious without realising it. They believe in scientism. Most of the things, in which they have 100% fate, were never proven by themselves. How many gods do *you* believe exist? How many do you discount? Beware, virtue signaling ahead! That statement would outrage a lot of scientists myself included, but it's honestly true. No. You were told how gravity works and you took their word for it. Doesn't mean the scientists are wrong, but it certainly means your conclusions are grounded only in faith. For example, obviously we can measure that objects generally accelerate towards the ground at 9.8m/s, but we don't observe other more important functions of gravity. We trust scientist You've been told how gravity works, but have you really taken the time and effort to reproduce other scientists results and come to the same conclusion? believing something you haven’t proved yourself is not the same thing as believing in something that is impossible to prove. First is trust, second is faith. Science (mostly) makes testable predictions about how nature/reality works. Religion makes no testable predictions.