"Moreover, it is predicated on the assumption that theists might be amenable to reason. A very long shot indeed since the theist position is arrived at in the absence and maintained through the suppression of reason."
A typical atheist myth. I know plenty of theists who are more reasonable than you're being. Quite a few theists do use reason to reach and/or refine their views. Faith and reason aren't incompatible.
You still need some evidence that your views are better. So far all you've done is say so and add what you seem to think are examples that settle the issue. They clearly don't. Examples of bad results can be given from every belief system, as should have occurred to you a long time ago. Are you suppressing reason?
More information about text formats