And I have trouble with that.
So, if your house was broken into, and the thieves left no fingerprints, no trace, and all there was is your neighbor saying 'I saw who did it', you would then have trouble allowing him to sit in court and testify against those he accused of breaking in?
Extreme example, to be sure, but you are making the distinction of which testimony is allowable, and which isn't. The end point is, there is actually more evidence that God does exist, than there is evidence that he doesn't. The evidence that he doesn't exist is based solely on the fact that people don't believe the testimonials over the past thousands of years that he does.
Could be. But without evidence or testimony that would give you cause to believe he is lying, it would not follow logic to automatically assume he is.
Is there not proof of Evolution? Does that not contradict the word of the bible of which Christians use to claim proof of God. That's like your neighbour testifying that he knows who broke into your house, and then you come to find out that your neighbour is a compulsive liar. Now what?
The proof and belief of a god, a supreme being, dates back far before the Bible, or Christianity. To make this an argument based on a singular religion would be limiting a scope. The belief in a supreme being predates the written word.
To use the Bible as the sole evidence of the existence of a god, and to try to debunk it, is like saying 'if the glove doesn't fit, you must acquit', even though you are trying to fit a no dried out leather glove over a latex glove in the first place.
Ok, I understand that. Yet does not the proof of evolution play into this heavily?
Not really. Evolution is a Judeo-Christian thing. Every religion across the world has their own beliefs on a supreme being, and how the earth and the people on it came to be. Same thing that each of those religions have their own view of the afterlife, and most have a view of the end of days.
What is binding between them is that almost every culture, independent of association via trade, travel, commerce, or communication, across the planet has, in their own way, come to believe in a supreme entity or entities. Independently. That's not a massive conspiracy. That's just plain fact. And it's been happening since, at least, recorded history has been uncovered, and even before based upon ruins and relics predating the discovery of writing.
That's a large amount of people, over a long amount of time. While you can say 'they could very well be lying', or 'they don't know any better', one can also counter that it's a pretty large sample of humanity, from every culture across the globe, from many different civilizations throughout time, to just simply discount and not take into evidence that there might be something to the belief of a higher being.
And, I'm willing to go on a limb here and say, it's probably a bit more evidence, both heresay, testimony, and otherwise, than there is disproving the same existence of a higher power.