Everyone thinks that the theory of relativity has been proven. The thing is, the proof exists in a paradigm which is an inductive rationalization it's premise. It's scientific sleight-of-hand.
The idea that evidence is neutral and we all have access to it is known as Matty's Razor. Evidence doesn't lead to a conclusion, it just is. How we interpret evidence is determined by what we believe. It's called cognitive bias.
Rather than demonstrating that "science" is based on evidence whereas faith isn't, ironically Christopher Hitchens showed that he didn't understand what evidence is or how it's used.
One of the pillars of the popular science paradigm (SciPop) is the acceptance of sleight-of-hand and smoke-and-mirrors in place of science. Pithy memes, false definitions have become its propaganda.
So what do we say to people who insist that there's absolutely no evidence for the existence of God? They don't know what evidence is or how it's used. We give them Matty's razor.
We all have the same evidence. Our choice of paradigm determines what we think it's evidence of. - Matty's Razor
Hitchens's razor is epistemological sleight-of-hand which fails to distinguish justified belief from opinion.
We (that's me and the Holy spirit) begin a descent into the interior of the Earth. We started with the grave, and now progress deeper into the underworld realm of the dead.
We are going to show that the words faith and theory are synonyms. Sight and empirical are also synonyms. Empirical evidence is what we see. What we choose to believe about it is our faith.