No Answers in Genesis
Have you read through some of the Answers in Genesis articles and thought about their arguments? I know, it can be painful. For example, take this AiG page: https://answersingenesis.org/is-god-real/the-creator-clearly-seen/
“It isn’t so much the evidence for the Bible you do not accept; you don’t accept the fact—as your starting point—that the Bible is true. When you presuppose that the Bible must be “proven,” any sort of evidence you see can be interpreted against the Bible. But Christians, who start with the presupposition that the Bible is true, can explain the evidence—logically, consistently, and correctly.”
This doesn’t make sense to me. Can you imagine talking to your children and saying, “Now first you have to start with the fact that Santa Claus is real. Then you can explain any evidence that might show up.” The author goes on to talk about how only the Bible has a consistent version of how things like why there are rock layers, why there are so many people groups, and etc. This is not true because other religions have stories which would also describe these things. I believe the way to decide which (if any) are right are based on evidence in the real world. The rocks don’t agree with a global flood. Archeological finds don’t agree with the Tower of Babel as the start of different languages. The stories just don’t hold up to fact checking. So when this happens what are you supposed to do? I would say you would need to say well, apparently this either isn’t true, or doesn’t mean that I thought it meant.