I am not the one asking for the evidence so my standards are not relevant. The only opinion that matters is yours.
We cannot discuss "evidence for god" until we have agreed on what is an acceptable standard for evidence.
I am happy to accept YOUR definition for a standard of evidence.
I have been waiting since this thread began for you to define what that is.
If you are unwilling to define your
acceptable standard of evidence, I will define mine.
I will expect you then to begin the debate, and we will compare any evidence you have against my standard.
You have three options here.
1) Define your standard for evidence. I will accept that, and we can begin to examine the evidence for god with respect to that standard.
2) You can refuse to define your standard for evidence. I will then define mine, you will accept it, and we can begin to examine the evidence for god with respect to that standard.
3) You can refuse to define your standard for evidence, and will refuse to accept my standard for evidence. In this case there is no debate that can be had on "evidence for god" and we can end this thread.Please pick one.