As far as I can tell, belief in God is gambling with the truth due to the following thought process.
Axiom (1): Existence is defined by interaction.
Axiom (2): A statement of truth can be modulated into a question and answer.
Axiom (3): A scientific experiment is the physical manifestation of a question. The results are reality's answer.
Axiom (4): Observations require interaction.
Theorem (1): Any statement of truth about reality must comprise of the information obtained from an experiment, otherwise the statement is a reflection of the human mind and not reality.
Axiom (5): Gambling is a game of chance.
Axiom (6): “Belief” is thinking something is true without evidence and the absence of a contradiction.
Theorem (2): The utilization of probability as to what is/will be/ or was true, even if the probability of being true is merely by lack of contradiction in the now, is a component of gambling. Thus belief is a form of gambling with the truth.
Axiom (7): Belief in God, is believing the statement “God Exists” to be true.
Conclusion: The utilization of belief with respect to the statement “God exists” is gambling with the truth. The nature of what is believed is a reflection of the human mind and not reality.
In an attempt to contradict myself, I'm struggling to think of some axioms by which I can QED the following hypothesis "Belief in God is not Gambling with the truth". Which led me to asking the following question.
In what way is the belief in God different to gambling with the truth?
To clarify possibly vague words I have used the following definitions: