And therein lies your insurmountable problem, you DON'T decide whether or not something is true or not, that way you never have to face the fact that the God you believe in is not real but only something imagined.<quoted text>
How do I decide?
I dont decide but remain skeptical of imaginary sciences. Sciences based on guesses and speculation wrapped up in a nice complex worded document or journal.
Just because a so called science article, journal, or document has a dump truck of convoluted words doesnt mean I believe in it.
You don't care whether or not your beliefs are true, you just believe them because they feel good to you. Not a very intelligent criteria for dealing with reality.
The fact that you view scientific explanations as a dump truck of convoluted words, speaks volumes to your understanding of those words. You don't believe them because you don't know what they mean, and as you have demonstrated time and time again, you have no idea how science works. Being willfully ignorant is the one inexcusable human trait.