This claim of stereotyping is not a valid one without some form of backing for the idea of why it is, in fact, stereotyping. I can claim that men in general are going to be stupid, and you can show statistics to me about how a very good number of men are quite intelligent to prove me wrong. That is an example of an incorrect stereotype that I was using.
I didn't ask you to justify your faith. I just want a logical and reasoned point of view that a religious person might have, which I did not consider, that would be the basis in why my views are false stereotypes rather than relatively accurate judgement of a large group.
The only thing I can think of that I didn't mention in any capacity is the "Absolute and unquestionable knowledge that a higher power exist when looking onto the world" that I spent quite some time looking for through middle and high-school. That reason is little more than saying "I believe this for no reason other than I feel it is true." which isn't a reason at all, cannot be debated or discussed, and is generally useless in the context of the post I had just made.
I wasn't describing you, I was describing religious people in general and how I, as an atheist, and others, should go about treating their religious beliefs in order to best undermine them by way of first understanding them. I quite well think that the post I made is a lot more positive and cooperative than the impressions given in the article, or the idea that religious people are just stupid and don't understand the physical world.
If you have something better or a proper and concrete reason for me being incorrect, I'm happy to hear it, but otherwise this whole conversation is a waste of time for the both of us.