I gave it to you Anfauglir, but maybe you didn't read it, so here it is again:
If you want to use "the evidence is all around you" to prove YOUR particular god, then you need to show that that "evidence" of the world ONLY matches the way your religion says the world should be, and that of no other god that may be claimed to exist. Otherwise, saying "look at the world" is just as good evidence for the Great Green Arkleseizure.
So what is there specifically about the world that could ONLY have come into being if your chosen god existed?
"There are things about him that people cannot see....his eternal power and all the things that make Him God. But since the beginning of the world those things have been easy to understand by what God has made. So people are without excuse" Romans 1:20
I know that everything God does will continue forever. People cannot add anything to what God has done, and they cannot take anything away from it." Ecclesiastes 3:14
Of course you can always attribute the (now scientifically confirmed) make up of the universe to chance, but what you'll never be able to do is claim that the writers of the books I cited were incorrect about the property of the world around us.
It does seem somewhat bizarre that - when armed with so much evidence of his (and only his) god that he could use to slap us down, that he prefers to argue over what a historical source is. Surely if there is evidence - here, today - that proves HIS (and only his) god, he would be sharing it?
History isn't nearly as important as the inescapable evidence that surrounds us every second of every day, but it is important.
You've given a refutation to your own argument in your own statement....brilliant
...Don't worry though--it happens sometimes to those who are sinking into the abyss of woo-woo.
Look, I'm no scientist, but if the universe exists by chance, as you put it, then it logically follows that the properties of the world that you exist in, which is a direct result of and part of the universe itself, are here as a result of that same random chance event. To suggest that all of the properties and phenomena that we see and know of, is evidence for anything but a physical, material, and naturally occurring universe, is a poor suggestion and without question pure speculation.
The physical/material universe is all that there is, and therefore it would be using faulty logic to assume that something unnatural, immaterial, or nonphysical, as a process or property or phenomena, could exist in our world or in our universe, and especially outside
of our universe. As well, it would be especially faulty to think that any nonphysical
process or cause would have the ability or power to create a physical
universe and inject its own or a special nature into it.
To assert that the natural material universe is a manifestation of the essential qualities or characteristics of an unproved, unnatural, immaterial, and nonexistent in our reality
phenomena or entity---is an absurd assertion and contradiction. As well, any text from ancient books that were written in times of significant ignorance and that display faulty reasoning and assumptions based on that lack of knowledge and understanding, is meaningless with regards to proving that this claim is true.
OK, so if we're going to forget the claim that "god did it", then it is also absurd to assert that the universe has its own inherent nature or character to it and that it is being driven with some type of inner directivity or meaningful purpose. The random phenomena of black holes, asteroids, tsunamis, and babies who die from brain cancer--ends that argument quite nicely.
The only inescapable evidence that surrounds us every second of every day, is the fact that us credulous fearful and at times imbecilic primates, exist in and are a result of a physical universe and its unguided and uncaring processes.