And this goes the same way. Atheists are not able to look at it from our point of view either.
I was a devout born-again Christian for 25 years, an agnostic for 2 and have only been an atheist for 1 year. Trust me, I can see things from your point of view.
Because you want to argue evolution, pick apart The Bible or say it's physically/scientifically impossible for a bush to catch on fire and speak to Moses and for him to part the water of the Red Sea to free his people. These are miracles that did not happen.
FYP. Hey listen, you show me one or two good pieces of evidence that 'miracles' (whats a miracle, exactly?) happen and I will believe you.
The same holds true for a friend of the family who was diagnosed with pancriotic cancer, was given less than 6 months to live, battled and battled with chemo for months, and was told by doctors there was nothing else that could be done. He stopped chemo and was left for dead. The family brought in their pastor and turned to prayer. He's been cancer free now for 6+ years. There are just some things that cannot be explained, even though people want to try and convince me that I'm wrong/foolish until their blue in the face.
What about the thousands and millions of people who prayed and whose cancer never went into remission, and died anyway? What about them? What about the thousands of atheists who never said a single prayer and had their cancer go into remission? This is a piss-poor argument.
I'm the first to admit, you find a contradicion in The Bible, good for you. Any Christian who denies that The Bible has not been the most edited/translated book in history is a fool...yes, fool. King James, The Message, etc. They're all translated by someone who has different viewpoints of what things mean. You can read all you want, but until you see first hand of what God is capable of, none of this matters.
I want you to open your mind and realize that you believe because you want to believe, and for no other reason. That's all fine and well, you can believe what you want...but at least understand why you believe.
Oh, and all the logical fallacies and personal experiences in the world don't-mean-a-flit, because schizophrenic people see demons and hear voices and have transcendent beautiful god-touching moments, but they are fucking crazy.