No. Your logic constantly invokes arguments from naive realism, like the one below:
For you, faith is an important part of being human, and you attach great value to it. Other peoples may not have such experiences and may not share your point of view in this matter. So for you to declare that cultures that lack a faith-aspect to their worldviews will be short lived is you projecting what's important to you onto others.
All you are saying here is "I know best."
It's a cognitively immature position to take, ethnocentric and grossly limiting. Usually monolinguists and the religious hold such views.
So...no argument then?
Convince me there is no argument, and I will agree,
But until then, I beg to differ, continue to disagree....
There is God, there is faith, all in defintions
Just as the universe has uncounted suns...