Intellectuals may scoff at the whole "casting out devils" part of the agenda, but I've seen evidence of it personally and won't question it to the point of doubt. That is a strategy of the enemy and not mine.
The only enemy is yourself. You're trying to convince yourself that you're infallible.
Just because I take a stand on belief to the exclusion of doubt does not portray infallibility.
Of course it does. Why else would you refuse to question your conclusions except that you think you're infallible?
I might claim that you see science logic as tentatively infallible...
That argument does not work at all, for the reason I have given: Science does NOT refuse to question itself. Science is ALL ABOUT questioning itself.
... even though it has no ability to measure the supernatural.
Science has all kinds of ability to measure anything you can think of. If you come up with some method of measuring the supernatural, science will be glad to give it a try. But you wouldn't accept science's results anyway, would you? You'd stick with your beliefs because you think you're infallible.