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I'm feeling quite sarcastic today but I'll tone it down for those interested in serious dialogue. I suspect you are, so I see no reason to start off on the wrong foot. For those feeling snarky; fair warning.
I'll address your objections one at a time:
Let me ask a simple question here. Do you believe in freewill? You have obviously chosen to remain atheist. Should God force you to believe in Him? I would say no. Who would want a God like that? If He did force you, you'd complain about that wouldn't you? Admit it. I know for a fact I would. Here's my point, if He is real, and still allows you to remain atheist, why should He force believers to be 100% in sync? And further still, when (if) you really take the time to look critically at the core doctrines, you'll see the vast majority all hold the positions I stated. The RCC included. It requires looking critically, as opposed to skeptically. There's a difference.
Let me ask a simple question here. Do you believe in freewill? You have obviously chosen to remain atheist.
Free will has nothing to do with what I was talking about. It has to do with your God providing 'proof of life' so to speak. If some one makes up a religion and says this God can do this and that, I expect proof, not some lame apologetics. Christianity has had a few thousand years to come forth with the proofs, and they haven't delivered.
Nothing to do with free will....just provide proof.
Really? ALL evidence? Or all evidence that fits your bias? And are you using the words 'evidence' and 'proof' synonymously? If so, it's a simple error. Evidence by itself is not proof.
A lot of evidence has been presented in favor of God's existence.
Enough evidence and all of a sudden you have proof. I have yet to see any convincing evidence presented as proof of a real God....do you have any?
Archeology has confirmed many places that were believed to be incorrect. Walls of the old city of Jericho have been found totally collapsed. The ritual bathing pools of Bethesda were previously believed to be falsely described in the Gospel of John.
Archaeology has confirmed that the walls of Jericho (and most other Joshua 'conquests') did not happen as the Bible says. The walls were down long before the time of Joshua. I saw the Bethesda pool story and concur that it was real...but who were the people who doubted it? Most of Genesis has been falsified, so has Exodus and Joshua.
Now if you're talking about the Evolution vs. Creation debate, that hasn't been settled either. After all, the empirical scientific method dictates that the subject of study must be observable, repeatable, testable, and falsifiable. Nobody now living was around to see or measure the ***exact*** parameters and variables to conclude with 100% accuracy, how we came to be here.
The evolution vs. creation debate was over a hundred years ago....evolution won.
You have used one of the creatards worst arguments...We weren't there to observe it. Have you considered that no one was there to observe if your little story of creation was true?
It isn't evolution that is proving Genesis and other parts of the Bible wrong, it is DNA science, geology, archaeology, paleoanthropology, paleontology, glaciology, biology, stratigraphy, and probably a few more I can't think of.
Old Testament Christian mythology is mostly disproven, and you need to make your peace with that. We're working on the New Testament right now.