"Science is never going to prove the divine, but it's never going to disprove it either."I thought it was a very good quote, and it started me thinking. As I have heard elsewhere, "God is more known than proven." And that is the case. There is much evidence, in my opinion, for the existence of God, and very little evidence against it. But that is not the atheist's point. An atheist like Dawkins, for instance, might present all the evidence he likes, but it is not evidence that God does not exist. It is, in his mind, evidence that God is unnecessary. And any evidence a Christian might present cannot be, in my opinion, ignored as, "not evidence," but merely as not acceptable evidence to the atheist.
Unfortunately, in my experience, and as one may see by comments on various posts throughout this blog, many discussions with atheists degrade, on the atheists part, into angry rants filled with profanity and strawman pictures such as rotting corpses in tombs and old magic men in the sky.
But in the end, God is unknowable except for personal revelation of Himself, by Himself. But He has also promised that any who seek will find, and in that way He has given every person a fair chance to come to know Him.