Looks to me like one set of goalposts is planted in reason and evidence, the other's planted in faith and revelation. Probably a majority of people think faith and revelation are useful ways to understand the world, but there's no general agreement around the world on such matters, in fact there are murderous disagreements about them, and there's no reliable means of transmitting their results, as selfsame's efforts here clearly show. He's convinced nobody of anything in years of trying. You can have your faith, I can have mine, and neither of us can give it to the other. But on matters of reason and evidence, there IS general agreement, and a method of transmission. And they demonstrably work very well, our technology is entirely a product of them and they have relieved and prevented much human suffering on a scale no faith and revelation based thinking ever did, or ever could. They've been unevenly applied around the world so there is still much avoidable human suffering, but the basic fact remains: they work, faith and revelation do not.