That's no answer to Ralph fresco.
I don't think your comparison with "bleeding" is a valid one. A case can be made out for bleeding on the grounds that the cholesterol might be reduced if a quantity of bad blood is replaced by new blood made on a better diet. Some people are today turning back to bleeding. It is sure that newly made blood is pristine. After we give a pint we are said to replace it within a day or two. So each loss of a pint reduces any poison by about 12%.
I think that just saying that Einstein's view has been replaced by quantum mechanics with explaining why is somewhat unscientific.
And referring to a "general lack of understanding" with no attempt being made to redress it is a bit silly as well. And to charge only believers with having it is highly specious to say the least. Are you saying that non-believers have a complete understanding of these complex (meta-logical) issues?
What do we do about that great mass of people who will never have an understanding of those issues. Are you asking them to have faith in you and your understanding of them and thus come to realise at your bidding and their faith in you based on you using big, baffling, brilliantine words, which you can't explain, that pre-marital chastity, faithfulness in lifetime marriage, natural connections between husband and wife, and the sanctity of life from conception can all safely be set aside and even scoffed at.
Perhaps your objection is to there being any such thing as the masses. You, and the atheists on other threads, certainly do talk as if the masses are a sub-species of mankind.
Faith is about authority when human authority is untrustworthy. The tenets of the faith in regard to social organisation remain untouched by attacks on the veracity of the authority. You seek to replace God (the wisdom of thousands of years personified in a poetic conception) with David Cameron and Nick Cleggover who have compromised in an unseemly coalition in order to get at the trappings of power for a year or two and who look like well-to-do motor-car dealers even when greeting and saying goodbye to the Pope most respectfully.
And "somewhat" and "strange" and "many" are rather odd words to find in a scientist's carefully worded soundbite.
Ralph's post has not had a feather laid on it.