Here is the problem with the bible for me as an atheist. It appears to be full of fantastic stories that lack both consistency and a foundation in reality. God loves, god wipes out entire civilizations. God cares, god drowns nearly everybody. God is vengeful, god fears or at least acknowledges other gods (his magic snake was a better snake the the other god snakes before Moses skipped Egypt and got lost in the desert for 40 years, for instance).
He's omnipotent, yet it took him six whole days to make the universe. A snap of the finger should have done it. He's afraid of iron chariots and has only shown his backside. His kid goes missing for a couple of decades then comes back ready and raring to go. But he's not too good at being sensitive to local politics, and besides, what sort of messiah would he be if he died of old age?
For a christian to come here and say "I have evidence", be it of the resurrection or your own beliefs, be it of floods or the age of the earth or what kind of bush burned, and then provide none of it either assumes we're really big suckers or presumes that we're the ones that wrote all the Wikipedia articles on those subjects. Now I'm a sucker for a cute kitten or lemon meringue pie, but not stories of the fantastic that haven't impressed me since the late '50's.
Remember, belief is not our strong point. For you to rely on our ability to just "believe" any and every thing you say is a bit naive.
Its fine that you believe these things, but you would better serve the process if you could adequately explain why normal "facts" don't apply in this case or why you believed the person who told you that the bible was the word of your god and that Jesus was really really cool, or whatever it was that attracted you to christianity.