....perhaps it would be worth thinking about why you are unable to support your position with evidence.
There is something lacking in a belief system that can only say, "I believe, but I cannot/willnot discuss in detail the reasons for my belief".
The key to real honesty is to step back and examine the fact that you actually need to plead for our permission not to have to think about the fundamental source of your beliefs.
Belief without reason can only be via emotion.
You "feel" something to be true.
Having made an emotional investment in said belief, then it follows that the emotional investment triggers emotional defences when such a belief is questioned.
That questioning can be from a outside party, and will trigger all sorts of emotional responses (all of which carefully act to ensure that you will not bring cold rational appraisement to your beliefs >because the loss of the belief is the betrayal of the emotional investment)
Too, the questioning can come from within yourself.
And here we see the internal mechanism that is the most insidious defence of the irrational by the irrational, .......denial.
The emotional investment will not even let you get into a clear "unemotional" position from which you might be able to inspect the "reality" of your beliefs.
Just the thought of rationally appraising everything you base your beliefs upon, creates emotion.
It causes you to lie to yourself, to dodge, to not listen to your own internal dialogue that is there, screaming behind the muffling gag "hold on, this doesn't make any sense".
So first, recognise the emotional investment for the deceitful and manipulative vested interest that it is.
Then rationally deconstruct it every time you recognise its effect.
Then decide rationally (free of feelings) whether you actually have a rational basis for what you believe, or whether you've accepted the fairy tales that we nonbelievers know you've been infected with.