It is only human nature to reach out. We would like a little affirmation. We would like to find those who 'speak the same language', and are interested in the same things.
In social media, there is a multitude of dissimilarities. Some people communicate well, while others may wear their heart on their sleeve. Still others are rude and insensitive.
In many cases, the ones with the least to say, speak the loudest. They claim to have answers in their negation of certain elements in the lives of others. You will note an air of superiority in their communications as they claim that faith, or God, is all nonsense, and ridiculous.
They will try to set the parameters of a topic: for example, to say that it is equally impossible to prove or disprove God is no more than a self-serving gambit. Just because it has not been proven to there satisfaction, is no reason that the rest of us should allow their satisfaction to be a standard for the issue.
Personally, I hold out that God will be realized, even if He isn't at this present moment. And while he is not, many will continue to believe (but then, That is the value of faith).
There are good and bad questions, as well as good and bad answers. No one ever made it a rule that reaching a consensus would be easy. There is actually, a kind of charm in all the debate and wrangling - it reminds me of British Parliament.