One of the things which makes LWN a better forum than Slashdot etc for real tech discussion is that not every single topic devolves into adolescent religion-bashing.
Quite a lot of the most important contributors to computer science, open source, etc are deeply religious people (Larry Wall and Donald Knuth are the first two that come to mind, if you're looking for concrete examples) and quite definitely believe in God and in miracles. These people deserve your respect.
If you want to discuss the rationality of believing in God and in miracles, you're quite welcome to: 1) take a good philosophy of religion course so you understand the theist responses to the silly arguments atheists are used to trolling everybody with and then 2) find a forum more appropriate for the topic. But presuming that everybody thinks religion is idiotic and then using it as a way to insult people is a puerile way to drag the level of discussion at this forum into the mud.