God belief is special only in the sense that it's almost ingrained into our society to accept it as 'plausible' and to accept other people's rights to believe whatever they want (with which I agree) but a simple exercise in reason shows that it's the same as any other credulous belief. There isn't any good reason to believe it's true, and to equate it with other things we don't know 100% but have good reason to believe through either logical or evidential reasons is to really do injustice to the search for truth. There has been a lot of 'you believe this, I believe that-and both are the same' going on in this thread but that is absolutely not the case. There are very good reasons to believe that the earth is here and that gravity is real and that atoms make up the small parts of matter. There are no good reasons to believe that an invisible sky daddy is watching our every move.
For example, imagine someone came up to you and said 'I believe that unicorns are real.' It's outside the realm of scientific testing and logical consistency. We can't PROVE that unicorns aren't real. Does that make the belief reasonable??
Are we really being asked in this thread to throw down and accept that this belief is not only reasonable, but on the same level as believing in gravity, or evolution?
If you say yes, than you have to give the same amount of credit to any other belief that has the same criterion (that a giant purple elephant created the world, that the universe really lies on the back of a turtle, who is resting on another larger turtle, etc.).
If you say no, then the god-belief has to separated from other belief systems based on logic and evidence.
Belief in unicorns or invisible teacups is no different quantitatively from belief in invisible men in the sky. I'm not gonna fall for this particular ruse and you shouldn't either, because it attempts to give pyrrhic credibility to a belief that has none.
The reason the thread has degraded to this kind of see-sawing is because there really are no good logical, evidential, or reasonable reasons to believe in a deity and theists know this, so they attempt to gain standing through subterfuge.