After thousands of years of mythology, would there not be some sort of evidence for the supernatural? Considering there is no evidence, it is more logical to assume there is nothing supernatural.
Supernaturalism is nothing than mere imaginative fancy.
Reason and logic informs us after thousands of years of faith based ignorance that religious faith is useless.
That's essentially my position.
Let's assume for a moment that there is no such thing as a God. What would that sort of world look like? There'd be no miracles, no ghosts, no angels, no heaven, no hell. Sure, there might be tales of supernatural stuff and some people would swear up and down that they're real, but you'd never be able to verify any of it. Long on certitude, short on evidence, each and every time.
Now let's assume that a God exists. Presumably, such a God's presence would be self-evident. You'd meet people who really could walk on water, cure disease, part the sea, raise the dead, etc. You could talk to God and get an actual reply. The existence of God wouldn't be an open question, it'd be obvious to all.
Which one is more like our world?