A little aside to state the obvious, since statistics is, "a mathematical science pertaining to the collection, analysis, interpretation or explanation, and presentation of data." I don't see how it could come up with any sort of probability on something like the existence of a creator who lives outside the scientific realm. Any "probability" someone posited would just be a random, unscientific guess. Which of course is why someone like GIC says any probability of existence from atoms bonding together is greater than the probability of the existence of a metaphysical creator, they've lost their faith and reject any data that might point to God. Ultimately, you either believe in a metaphysical God (or a flying spaghetti monster as some so charitably describe it) or you don't. You won't find statistics to back you up one way or another. Of course, when you have faith in God you don't normally feel the need to back it up with statistics. And when you don't have faith in God, nothing posited as data for his existence like the resurrection, miracles, etc. would you consider as credible evidence that you would then enter into any sort of statistical equation. This of course, is why 2000 years after the resurrection we are still here arguing whether God exists, miracles occur, etc.