“If you accept naturalism and materialism—that combination—then it seems to me that you’ll have to take it that for any particular belief, the probability that it’s true is about a half. It could as likely be true as false.”
Alvin Plantinga (2009. Reasons for God)
"Therefore, if you see a lion running toward you, roaring and baring its fangs, your belief that it wants to kill you has only half a chance of being true. Or your belief that, if you’re thirsty, drinking water will make you feel better, is as likely untrue as true. And so on. The man simply can’t understand that evolution will instill in us representations and perceptions of the real world that are generally accurate."