Originally posted by FreakyKBH
Assuming the God as depicted in the Bible is true, is it reasonable to also assume there ought to exist some form of evidence for His existence on this plane?
The God described transcends normative thinking, appears to be outside time/space/creation; can we really expect for there to be any evidence at all?
My answers would be no, and no, for reasons I've outlined before.
But the way you put this started me thinking. The questions seem like they have relativistic weight, that is, the answer could change based on the belief status of the answerer.
If one does not believe, then no, there can be no evidence. Yet if one does believe, there can be evidence in abundance.
It's kind of like that phenomenon where before you buy a new car, you never notice how many of that model there are on the streets, but right after you buy a new car, you notice your model everywhere. 🙂
Edit: This is how people see Jesus in their pancake or their tortilla.