Pascal's Wager states that it's smarter to bet that there is a God because if you are wrong, the consequences are not as dire as having incorrectly bet that there is no God.
Math has conclusively proven that God exists, so why do you foolishly choose disbelief?
There are thousands, tens of thousands, of gods and minor deities posited to exist.
Someone is paying you to do this right?
That's not the pic we agreed upon. Call me ASAP!.
Actual Christian here. God doesn't give a shit about your deception, he knows what you're thinking. You really think he'll just let you into heaven if you only believe in him as a gamble? Fuck no. If anything, he'll treat you worse than the non-believers who own up to it. You don't lie to a being that knows everything there is to know, and can fuck you up any time he wants.
Unless the reasoning counts, in which case you don't actually believe in God and will burn in hell for trying to bamboozle god. Or if you allow the oppression of entire peoples because you might get into a plausibly deniable paradise. It's better to live a moral life and hope for the best than try to scheme your way into something that probably doesn't exist.
Taste & see that the Lord Is GOOD!
>obviously OP has tasted enough already.
No, it was legitimately a joke about how silly a concept it was that we could regard things as both a particle and a wave. Sort of a "this thing I'm asserting is pretty ridiculous right? But it's true" kind of thing