you don't strike me as the type who makes blanket statements and snap judgements.
That said, in all my conversations with you, I honestly don't understand why you are a theist.
I've seen you hit hard limits on what you'll accept with respect to evolution, but they are at least somewhat well reasoned limits even if I think they are mostly derived from ignorance.
I've also seen you reason more appropriately with respect to all sorts of "philosophical" issues like morality. Again, with hard limits... but I guess I don't understand where those limits always come from.
At some point it's like you go... "that's still not enough."
Which I'm completely OK with... it's actually, in some regard, proper skepticism. What confuses the hell out of me is when you follow up "that's still not enough" with "therefore God."
I'd be curious if you can explain as directly and personally as possible as to why it is you accept theism, and in particular Christian theism.
I've often said of myself that given the appropriate "experience" I'm sure I'd probably accept it as well, sometimes experiences just trump "knowing better." So I'm curious, was it an experience you had? If so, what was it?
Obviously the experiences of others don't serve as a good reason for me (for all sorts of reasons). So I'm not looking for you to try and convince me one way or the other. I'm simply flat out asking you to elaborate what you can.