There is not one piece of compelling evidence of the existence of a god. There is not even one miniscule piece of evidence. Its all just superstition.and on the other side . . .
I love all the atheists here thinking it's okay to teach about God in the classroom, so long as the conclusion is "no". Hypocrisy from anti theists, what a shocker.It's hard to know what good either comment does, whether either one encourages dialogue, changes minds, or promotes any kind of virtue. I'm going to guess they don't.
I recently wrote an article about this problem, posted on the Biola University Center for Christian Thought webpage. It's called, "Following Jesus on the Internet: Two Intellectual Virtues for Online Discourse." You can find it here. In it I recommend some virtues that Christians might try to acquire that can result in more Christ-like and fruitful interaction on the internet.