Macroevolution has not been proven to me, so I don't accept it.
Sure, sure. I understand you feel it has not been proven to you. I don't think that was my point.
The problem is you remain unconvinced because of built in biases. That is not just you, by the way. You are not some outlier who has biases. Everyone has them. Humans are not inherently rational. We think we are, but we're are far from it. The brain is lazy, takes shortcuts, makes assumptions. That is how the brain evolved. Either that or yhwh did a shabby job with his brain design. Either way, we need a system to help overcome these biases. We call that system "science". The methods used in science are supposed to filter out our biases to get to the truth.
Neither are you special in that you are unaware of them and untrained as to how to avoid them. You and about 95%
of the rest of the human species fall into that category.
God did not "begin to exist." God always existed.
No end, no beginning. God is. God cannot not exist.
I cannot count how many people I have heard say these very things. They all thought this was a winning argument. But it is not. They just put some words together which they thought got them out of a jam. But just because some words are placed together does not make them have a coherent meaning.
What do those things mean? How can god have no end or beginning? Is he a circle? What does it mean to always exist? Especially when existence as we know it depends on time-space. Unless you can explain how any of this is possible, they are just funny words, like a child's jibberish.
And even if you can explain how it is possible, you would need to show how we could know it was true. You may say these things about god, but really that is just playing with a definition. You have no way to verify it. I could say gravity on earth accelerates objects at 10 m/s2
. And then we can go and verify it to see whether I am right.
So how do we verify these things you say about god?