Well, you're obviously in good company, but, as we shall see below, the reasoning you cite is utterly fallacious.I personally believe there is a God!
Unless you have a very different understanding of the meaning of 'perfect', or completely lack any knowledge of human anatomy, physiology, molecular/cell biology and development (or that of any other organism for that matter) this is utterly incorrect.- Look into the human body, DNA, the unbelievably complex makeup of the human body n how absolutely perfect it is
Oh really? Care to explain how you come to this conclusion?- The way that only a select few scientists determine the (billions n billions of years) ages of things is unscientific and extremely unacurate
in actuality the earth is very young around 4000 - 7000yrs old, look at the coast lines disappearing they used to say these events took millions of years...
I take it you failed geography in high school?
Your point being what, exactly? That the existence or non existence of Cleopatra or Jesus proves the existence of an invisible magic sky-daddy who created the universe? That trout live in trees? That if you buy kippers it will not rain?- There is more real evidence/proof that Jesus existed than there is that Cleopatra existed!
Your logic is astounding.
This is the core of the issue. You have Faith(tm). So you don't need evidence, and in fact no evidence could convince you that your beliefs are incorrect (please correct me if I'm wrong... tell me how I could prove to you that God does not exist).This is me... this is what I believe, I will not be shaken!
This fact, that you believe without (or, rather in spite of) evidence, seals the argument. Your belief is irrational. That doesn't make you a bad person, and obviously many other people have similar or other irrational beliefs. But the popularity of this particular delusion does nothing to make it any more rational or any more likely to be true.