Your presumption that “science is lurking behind in terms of proving the existence of God” is erroneous. Science is mainly concerned with the natural world and is not out to prove, nor disprove for that matter, superstition. In fact, such an assertion is classic God of the gaps fallacy. You’re filling in God in a gap that science has yet to explain. As Neil Degrasse put it, God becomes an ever receding pocket of scientific ignorance.there is probably no youtube video about Neil Degrasse Tyson, Michio Kaku, Briane Greene and others that I didn't watch, in particular this video. So it is unlikely that you will come with something new.
You totally missed my point, which is very different than what you suggested.
I am not basing my faith on God of gaps as you are claiming.
What I meant is that science is lurking behind in terms of proving the existence of GOD, and there is a vey long way ahead before science reaches this point, that's why people rely on faith.
I can philosophically argue with you about the existence of God but I can't give any scientific proof because science is not there yet.
The funniest stuff I find when I saw this video for the first time, is that God is dark matter
Concerning for what the Church did, I never claimed that the Church didn't commit errors, actually I am a person who despises clergy and regard them as corrupt. However, there has been many good members that have tried to steer the Church in the right direction of the Christ teachings.
Finally, as I said previously I am not interested in this debate, I have debated with atheists for years and I shared my experience.
What I saw in most people with whom I argued, is that they think they are SMARTER than me because they don't believe in any form of deity, and they are ANGRY people ( I was insulted many times simply because I say I am a believer), and they are as FANATIC as religious people which is something weird because since they don't believe in any god they should be more open minded than people who hold religion dear to themselves.
Concerning your negative experience debating atheists. Regrettably, rather than having an open mind, many theists tend to be obdurate and easily offended when participating in such debates. I guess it’s a hard pill to swallow when someone points out to them their entire belief system is logically flawed. A realisation that their privileged position in the universe and self importance is merely a delusion. That the omnipotent eternal God who has them in mind is as real as Zeus. For the nonbeliever, it’s understandable there’s a level of contempt for those who stubbornly cling to superstition. Particularly towards learned people who should know better.