When you talk about seeking evidence for God what you are really saying "belief" in God. You don't seem to understand how evidence and reason work together to compel the mind toward one way of thinking over another.<quoted text>
Those who believe in Evolution can lay claim to the title of Illiterate Monkeys and you are right,Those illiterate monkeys are trying to shove disgusting lies down our chidrens throat.
I have looked at the topic title and at no time have I seen where you discussed those issues.
You have DISCUSSED,TIME AND AGAIN,the topic of God,that you do not believe he exists,that you want evidence that he exists,then you refuse to take the steps necessary to acquire that evidence,and you keep coming back to the subject of God,time and again...
Ant it is not just you.
So,I go back to what I stated earlier.
For someone whose mind is convinced God doea not exist,yet,their mind keeps drawing them back to that which they do not believe in,
Therefore my question,,,,What is your mind trying to tell you?
What is it you and your mind are searching for?
You are certainly not looking for the answer as to whether the bible should be taught in Public Schools,because that is not the issue you have been addressing.
That there is a conflict going on in your mind And it is troubling you,is reflected in the anger conveyed in your responses.
You have never asked my opinion on whether the bible should or should not be taught in public schools.
That I can recollect,no one here has.
The discussions have always revolved around the existence or non existence of GOD....Why is that?
A rational person, when faced with a rational theory bearing overwhelming evidence is going to put his conditional trust in that theory. We do not deal in faith, we deal in the acceptance or denial of arguments.
An argument based on faith is not going to woo us. And I use the word "woo" very intentionally here because that is what the Bible gives us. Lots and lots of woo woo: talking animals, wizards, dragons, ghosts, superheroes, magical kings, zombies, etc.