I could pick any verse really, I never believed it from five years old, when I also figured out Santa wasn't real. No reasonably smart child could accept the literal truth of the bible. The first law of thermodynamics is energy cannot be created or destroyed it only changes form, and you either accept this, or you don't, you believe it, or you don't. It's more conclusively proven than any of the ridiculous nonsense in the bible. For me this means that energy, the thing that makes up everything is eternal, but that's the only thing it proves, so this eternal thing, that's everything, you could call it God, Einstein did, but he also made it very clear he wasn't in any way talking about the same God as Judaism, which he was born into, or Christianity, or Islam, or any religion, although he did express a preference for Buddhism and Spinozism. I think if you could stop taking the bible literally, and the definition of God could be changed to include what is scientifically shown to be eternal, which means also that it cannot be created by God, unless it is God, then maybe you could gain more people who did not completely reject the absurd notion of Theism. This idea that Einstein had was called pantheism or panentheism. Although it's more like Agnostic Pantheism and you have to change the notion of the definition of the meaning of the word god, which in some people's minds is just semantics. To me, something eternal that is everything, forever, almost infinitely large, an almost infinite amount of possible variations, including lives that we may ourselves live in the endless cycle, is possibly worthy of the word God, but that any person, any particular animal claims to speak for it, is laughable, and more like a sign of mental illness or fraud.