I can try as much as I want. As long a you don't know what you want I will try in vain.
What kind of evidence will you prove you the existence of something immaterial existing outside your brain?
If you say none, then you should accept the evidence that I brought you as enough.
You are telling us that there is a being or force that is more powerful than anything human beings can create, more powerful than a nuclear bomb, that interacts with humans on a regular basis. However, this force or being does not want people to know about it, so it leaves no physical trace
? There is no way to detect this force or being, even as it goes into people's brains and makes them behave better, makes them feel happier, cures dandruff, heals the odd cancer?
If it interacts with people, than it can be detected in some way. It can be measured in some way. It can be tested in some way to show that it was god and not something else.
Lukvance, you are saying that the interactions of god are 1) imaginary, or 2) so small that they cannot be detected, or 3)consisting of normal everyday things that anyone can do--like not bumping into furniture.
The universe looks kind of the way it would look if there was no god. There is still no reason to think that there is any supernatural powerful god doing anything, anywhere. There is certainly no reason to think that your particular god
is doing anything, anywhere.