G_Force saidThe false belief system is falsely thinking there is no God when there really is.
Extraordinary claim. Such claims demand proof. In science, we insist on finding proof to our extraordinary claims, and when we don't find it, or when the evidence appears to be flawed, we jettison the claim for the junk that it is.
And if god is answering prayers through not through miracles (and I have yet to see or hear of a single legitimate modern day supernatural miracle) but through people, I submit to you that it isn't answering prayers at all. People are solving problems on their own, in particular if they're doing all the work. For instance:
I prayed to god that I would get cookies for Christmas. My sister baked me cookies. Therefore god answered my prayers. Insert Santa:
I asked Santa for cookies for Christmas. My sister baked me cookies. Therefore there is a Santa.
Sounds foolish, right? Reality of the situation:
I hoped someone would bake me cookies for Christmas. I cannot bake to save my life without a fire extinguisher nearby. My sister, knowing that I like cookies and cannot bake without alerting the local fire department, made cookies for me because she's sweet.
On the plus side, prayer does burn about 10 calories an hour if you pray really intensely, so there is a benefit to it after all.
Not that any of this matters. You're free to believe as you will as long as you harm none. I only take issue when that belief mutates into legislative terrorism, physical terrorism, or Sunday morning harassment.