We have more archaeological evidence proving the Bible to be absolute truth than any other historical book.
Like what? That it mentions some historical figures and places? Is Harry Potter absolute truth because it mentions London?
God doesn't have to prove Himself to anyone, you pray to test Him, He is bigger than that.
I don't pray at all. If you think atheists go around praying to test God, you have a strange idea about what atheism is.
It's not our prayers that the argument depends on. It's the prayers of the faithful afflicted. Why are they not answered?
Ask some amputees in Africa if God doesn't regrow limbs. Ask the man Nick Vujicic (lifewithoutlimbs.org) how God is using him to bring hope and love (God's character) to thousands upon thousands of people. Ask people who earnestly seek after God if He is real.
Preaching while remaining devoid of your appendage does not equal healing.
You are right when you say there are millions of children suffering from starvation, but their prayers are being answered,
As thousands fall dead from malnutrition every day? What kind of answer is that?
there are millions of people around the world doing everything possible to feed them, out of our love for them. Can you explain that?
You don't need any gods to feel compassion.
If there wasn't Someone that loved them why would any of us care?
Can you really not feel anything unless someone else does first?
In the way that Jesus established His church, everyone was to sell everything and bring it to the apostles. They were then to hand out all the possessions equally so that no one would do without.
So Jesus was a communist?
All the surrounding nations hate them and want their land, why do think they haven't been totally anhiliated? Could it be because God said no one could touch His remnant?
There was no state of Israel from the fall of Jerusalem until 1948, and even now the city is divided between Jews and Palestinians. If God forbade touching his remnant, why have so many been elbow-deep in it?
If you want to know if the Bible is true, why don't you study the history and archeology of it?
History like talking snakes and ten-foot warlords? Archaeology like a purported forty year journey from Egypt to Canaan, which amounts to a pace of a few dozen feet per day, or the complete lack of evidence of the Hebrews' captivity by the Pharoh?
I have learned what the bible has to say. That's why I don't believe it.