I tried some of the questions just for fun.
1. What or whom do you consider to be YOUR chosen intellectual starting point, your supreme authority for knowledge, your final standard for truth? Why?
Independently verifiable evidence, there is nothing better
2. Would you consider turning skepticism on itself and examine your own assumptions?
3. If God exists, could Christianity be exclusively true?
A false assumption
1. Is science the only means of gaining reliable knowledge? Why?
Yes in the context of the question. It is verifiable
2. Is belief in God a byproduct of ignoring science? Why?
Partly. Verifiable explanations are excluded
3. Does faith in God mean one has to relinquish science and reason?
Yes, where they conflict
4. Can scientific claims be faith-based?
No, they cannot be verified
1. Do you believe that the Universe expanded from a primordial hot and dense initial condition at some finite time in the past and continues to expand to this day?
2. Rewinding back to the origin of the Universe, how much matter can be put into zero spatial volume?
There was only energy at that moment e=mc2
3. If a Supernatural Transcendent Causal Agent does NOT exist, what brought the Universe into existence?
Quantum fluctuations in a void
4. Can you provide EMPIRICAL evidence for ANYTHING spontaneously appearing out of nowhere?
Matter and antimatter around a black hole
5. What is your best explanation for the origins of intelligent life? Why?
Evolution of a brain, it increases the chances of survival
DESIGN & ORDER
1. If there is no God, how do you explain the high degree of design and order in the Universe?
There is no design. Order is an abstraction created by humans through an examination of a small piece of the chaotic flow of matter and energy in the universe
1. Is the theory of evolution THE refutation to divine creation? Why?
One of them. There was no Adam and Eve. (The last common ancestor now known through DNA is over 100,000 years before modern humans)
2. Is the theory of macro-evolution a scientific fact? How do you know?
Yes. DNA proves it.
3. Aren’t our genetic components exactly the same as mice, not apes? Wouldn’t that make our common ancestor more likely to be a mouse based on evolutionary theory?
No that is incorrect. Our closest cousins are bonobos and chimps
4. In relation to all other ‘descendents’, why are the following ‘Cultural Big Bangs’ unique only to the human species?
a. Creating and wearing clothing
b. Creating and wearing jewelery
c. Creating and using advanced tools
d. Creating and dancing to music
e. Creating and cherishing art
f. Linguistic evolution
g. Creating symbols and writing languages
h. Writing about the future
i. Succeeding agriculturally
j. Celebrating birth
k. Burying the dead
l. Worshiping God(s)
They are defined as human attributes in the first place. Why do dolphins have attributes which humans do not? Such as being able to sleep with half the brain at a time so they can stay awake and be active.
1. How do you account for the Cambrian Explosion? What is your evidence?
Competition and carnivores. The development of defences.
2. Can you provide specific evidence for species-to-species transitional forms in the fossil record?
Every species is transitional between its ancestors and descendants