Everyone has presuppositions, but that is not at all what I am writing about, and you know it. You were writing of evidence for a god, but, you a starting from the god of the bible and moving outwards. Everything you see is tarnished by the confirmation bias of that position. Since you have no idea of my background, any claims you will now make about my presuppositions will be false.<quoted text>
And you don't have any presuppositions? Do you have any clue as to what you're talking about?
Look up "ethnocentrism."
Okay, here, I will cast aside all my bias. Provide me with testable, empirical, tangible, falsifiable, naturalistic* evidence that a god exists. Then, produce the evidence that that god is the god of the bible. Then, point to the specific god of your specific sect of Christianity. Then, explain how the differences of how you view that god from the guy in the pew next to you are even possible.
*If you are an advocate of intercessory prayer, and, as a Catholic, it is not a stretch to say you are, your god interacts with the natural world and would therefore have to leave testable, empirical, tangible, falsifiable, naturalistic evidence.
Arguments from logic, from design, from credulity, et al, are not evidence. Tide goes in, tide goes out. Not evidence.
Ethnocentrism has nothing to do with any of this. Hebrews 13:8 deflects this silly attempt of yours at deflection.