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The Existence of God
There is reasonable evidence supporting the existence of God.
Historical evidence supports the existence of God.
There are scientific reasons to believe that God exists.
Testimonial evidence supports the existence of God.
The existence of Christianity supports the existence of God.
There are probabalistic suggestions that God exists
preceding scientific confirmation of the same truth supports the existence of God.
There are many claims of evidence of the handiwork of God, but no actual evidence that anything is God's handiwork as opposed to naturally formed or the handiwork of something other than God.
No peer-reviewed articles in any reputable scholarly journal have ever provided evidence for the existence of God(s). The claim that God exists is a claim about the nature of reality, and must be judged by the same standards as other claims about the nature of reality.
There is no proverbial "smoking gun." At best, the evidence is circumstantial. In truth it is highly subjective, because no one has ever produced evidence of God that lends itself to only one interpretation.
In fact there are no physical or materialistic evidences that one can see that supports existence of God. All "evidences" are actually either claims or feelings.
Throughout the history of mankind we have attributed every event that we didn't understand to God, while the safest answer to those should simply be "we don't understand", as chances are those event justifying the existence of God will eventually find a scientific explanation.
The perception of
does not qualify as empirical evidence.
Giving a reasonable evidence supporting the existence of God would mean we can understand God and his properties. It is of common belief that we can't understand God. Therefore there can be no reasonable argument for the existence of God.