Those who are autistic (like me) tend to have a harder time believing that God exists than the general population.
As I was thinking about this interesting fact, I recalled what Alvin Plantinga (yes, him again) has said in his writings about people who don’t believe that God exists. In his writings on Deformed Epistemology , Plantinga has said that people who don’t believe in God have cognitive faculties that are malfunctioning.
Putting aside how distasteful that is to autistic individuals and others, Plantinga has failed to explain why God would even create people that have a hard time believing that God exists because of the way their brain is wired (i.e. this is another problem of divine hiddenness) . Likewise, Plantinga fails to notice the possibility that the people who are getting it wrong are the people who tend to believe in supernatural agents. It’s no secret that humans have a tendency to look for agency when there is none, and this is called the Hyperactive Agency Detective Device.
Consequently, I find it kind of ironic that Plantinga unintentionally slams those with disabilities, yet (for all he knows) his brain has “hyperactively” sought belief in supernatural agents.
 Plantinga actually refers to Deformed Epistemology as “Reformed Epistemology“.
 Plantinga seems like he would be an amazing person to hang out and chat with! (sarcasm)