New Series: Spot the Fallacy #1

Let E be some piece of evidence and T be theism. Now consider the following argument.
E1 favors T.
E2 favors T.
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En favors T.
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Therefore, T is probably true.
(Aside: You could swap out N=naturalism for T and the same fallacy would apply.)
 
Can you spot the fallacy? If you’re a philosopher, please do NOT respond in the combox.

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