Well, these sites have educated me a lot. If their information is irrelevant to you, that is your problem, not mine. Btw. where are you getting your understanding from ? the world view you have presented so far, has shown to be very poor....
Educated, or indoctrinated? One thing you really need to understand is that those sites aren't presenting information, they're presenting interpretations to justify what they believe. The problem is, those interpretations aren't convincing unless someone already accepts them, as you do. That is probably why you think they're relevant. Incidentally, the fact that you believe those sites are relevant is your problem, because that belief leads you to make wrong, even invalid conclusions about how the world actually works.
By the way, you don't mean my worldview, because you don't know what my worldview is for the most part. What you mean are "worldviews that incorporate philosophical naturalism". And the only reason you're saying this is because you seem to think that because philosophical naturalism can't answer any question you put to it with absolute certainty, it's "very poor" compared to the certainty that your beliefs give you. The problem is that your beliefs are a false certainty, because you can't actually prove them to the same standard you're demanding. You can only posit your beliefs and anecdotal evidence which is at best questionable.
The "relevant reason" for philosophical naturalism is that it works, plain and simple, whereas religious belief does not. That's because religious belief is not rational. It is emotional, it caters to what a person wants to be true rather than what actually is true based on real evidence.
As for "irrational and baseless", what exactly is irrational and baseless about philosophical naturalism? The fact that the people here are honest in saying that they can't answer every question in the universe using science (yet)? That's the way it works. What's irrational is to believe that you somehow know that things outside the universe - which you can't observe - are exactly as you need them to be in order for your god to exist, or to believe that your god can do things in the universe without having a measurable effect on it that we can detect. Those are both things you believe, yet they are also both things you cannot possibly know, thus are also baseless.
You know the saying about leading a horse to water? Well, we can explain things, and explain them, and explain them, but as long as you're only hearing what you want to hear and disregarding the rest, then you'll continue to get nothing out of it.