Si wrote:But unless you prove it how do you know that it is provable? And if you haven't proved it but argue that it is correct then what are you basing that argument on?
Have you been doing a philosophy course?
I'm a practical person. I spend my entire life relying on other peoples work, I'm satisfied that to all practical purposes their work is right.
I also spent some time (albeit decades ago) looking into organised religion, my conclusion based on the nature of humanity, the history of religion and the texts themselves was that they were a construct of mankind.
As far as I'm concerned it needn't get any more complex. I'm absolutely certain that should I decide to replicate the work of scientists I could. I trust the nature of science and the way it's conducted to be mostly self policing. It's no different to my mind to trusting the people who designed the building I'm currently sat in, I'm pretty confident it won't fall down (at least not without external input).