I am Christian, and unfortunately to argue the belief of a higher God to a humanist I have to use a humanist tongue. 1) Scientific principle; life can only come from life. So the idea of a lightning bolt hitting a bunch of amino acids/a big boom is a little askew. 2) The complete improbability of an ecosystem as complete and as functional as ours, where one life supports another. Think about it; if evolution were true then wouldn't there only be one race? Eventually one group would evolve beyond the others and kill them all. And then I guess there wouldn't be any races because that one would die of starvation (lol). And anyway, since you found bones of mal-shapened human and apes (possibly humans also?) that doesn't prove evolution. That proves you found bones of people/apes in the past that either could be evolution or could be random living things. The assumption of evolution is based off of just that; this looks like it became that, which looks like it became that, which looks like us. To me I see this a separate way; a lone couch outside is soaking wet. Sure, there's a possibility that some random kids doused it with water but I'm betting it rained last night . 3) Atheists have set out to prove the Bible's geographically wrong and failed. Others have taken the dimensions of the arc and said that it would be true to form using today's methods. If all you had to go on back then is the word of what is unseen when you are "cave men" and it works out I would be more tempted to believe . 4) People have given accounts over the years as Christians of how God helped them through their tough times. I myself ask God for what I need and, more often than not, I get it. Asking for money is nothing compared to asking for relief of pain; and anyway, why money? It won't buy you pain relief, comfort you when your sad, wake you up when your at work, or help you to focus, so why bother? What I'm trying to say is, people have given their accounts over time, some even spanning generations. True that some may be liars but the odds are on the side of truth here; it would just be improbable otherwise. 5) "Atheists" If they were truly atheists, would look at a Christian in the midst of their faith and shrug, saying something to the effect of "good for you" even if they are looked down upon. Why are you mad? Why is Christianity the only religion you feel the need to crack? Sound reasoning?