Referencing the issue of secularists, who appear to imagine they have the only sensible view of things, how would people on this forum reply to the accusation that, because God cannot be identified by any 'scientific' means of gathering evidence, it must be assumed that He does not exist?
(my own take on this is that Christ taught that 'The Kingdom of Heaven is within you', not in a place that can be measured, and neither can Spirit be measured - nor is It ever likely to be).
Also, as the Queen is head of both church and state, this is emphatically not a secular country. Yet.
This issue comes up with fairly boring regularity, but I would be intrigued to see how others deal with it. And Dawkins, etc.