Your Video Failed to Demonstrate that Belief in God is Irrational
I watched the edited video you had on your site. You state that the most irrational claims today are those made by "religion." From the context, it is clear that this can be extended to convey that belief in God is tantamount to "religion." As I wrote in another thread, it can easily be shown that belief in God is NOT irrational. Since your raison d'etre here is to contend that belief in God is irrational, and not simply to claim that not believing in God is rational (there's a big difference), you need rethink your motives for operating this site if a rational case is made for the existence of God and you are honest as you claim.
One of the foundational truths in logic is "ex nihilo nihil fit," or in english, "out of nothing comes nothing." If this is not obvious by inspection, consider the following. If we all agree that something exists, then something must be self-existent. Since the "something" we experience on a daily basis (matter, time, space, etc...) cannot come from nothing, either the "something" must be self-existent, or it must have been created by another "something" or "somethings" of which at least one is/are self-existent. The only other alternative, which is irrational, is that the "something" created itself. (Infinite regression should also be mentioned as a possibility, but that can be shown to have serious problems, and neither of us is contending for that option. In any case it is not relevent to the point of this post, which is to make a case that belief in God is indeed rational.)
Your contention that the "something" ("cosmos" from here on) is self-existent is not irrational, but neither is belief in a transcendent Creator of the cosmos Who is self-existent. We can debate the reasons why one or the other is true, but that is not the point of this post. The point is to simply present a cogent case for the existence of God. I don't claim that I can scientifically prove the existence of God. Nobody can, but that does not mean that He does not exist. God never demands that we try to scientifically prove His existence.
Your discussion of the laws of conservation of mass and energy doesn't prove anything regarding the self-existence of the cosmos. Can you "prove" to us that the laws of physics will always continue in the future as they have in the past? I think not. Honest scientists (these folks are getting rarer and rarer, especially in the life sciences) agree with this. The existence of any "law" implies a Lawmaker, so your invoking of the laws of thermodynamics goes against your case.
You may not like what the Bible says, but that doesn't mean God doesn't exist. I don't like many of the manmade laws that exist, but that doesn't mean there are no manmade laws or lawmakers.
Based on the foregoing, please present a cogent, rational argument why belief in God is irrational. Show us logically why the foregoing case for the existence of God is irrational. Forget about bringing up the negative things done in the name of religion, Richard Dawkins (who, by the way, said that he would still believe in Darwinian evolution if there were NO EVIDENCE for it, whatsoever -- what kind of "scientist" is that???), illogical quotes made in the name of religion, and all the other red herrings that fill this site. Those mean nothing. I want you to prove to me that belief in God is irrational. C'mon, go ahead, let's hear it.
Yes, I am a Christian (or hatemonger to many here).