I'm about fed up with this particular theist malformation of logic.<quoted text>
Not true in the slightest.
You are advocating a position as the preferred course.
As an advocate, you assume a burden no different than that assumed by an alternative point of view, and it has nothing to do with the status quo.
Not to mention that your characterization of "status quo" is deformed.
Let me ask you this: do you believe in fairies, ogres, and leprechauns?
If you say "no", you've made an affirmation - let's see you prove it.
That's a load of bollocks, and you know it.
Arse-backwards, and you know it.