I have to be honest and say this thread could do with people taking some 101 classes in science and in particular evolution. You have to offer more than 'Gee look at all this neat stuff in the universe - I have no idea how it all works so God must have done it'.
As a non-believer I have spent many years studying faiths (with emphasis on Christianity) and have at least read and studied all the books in the Bible many times over - I would at least expect the same kind of familiarity by the Christian community with the intricacies of opposing views to their own.
Here is a link to a Christian web site that explains why many scientific concepts that Christians generally disagree with (and don't understand too well) are in fact correct (but that doesn't stop him being a Christian). Mostly it deals with evolution and why flood geology is just plain wrong http://home.entouch.net/dmd/
All the best,
Jeff - The Agnostic Universalist.
I'm a believer.
You have a good point.
IMO, anyone should know God's existence cannot be proven, not by any method.
We believers believe because of his work in our lives and hearts.
I personally have ample reasons (not proof) that God is real.
I have so many reasons, that no one will ever convince me he's not real.
For me, it's far too much to be mere coincidence.
I, like you, am tired of people coming up with lame "science" to explain things when they don't know what they are talking about.
I have a masters degree in a science-related field and have studied things like evolution and climate/weather.
I believe many of the bible stories, like the great flood and the 6-day creation, to be allegorical.
Frankly, if these stories are taken strictly literally, they are missing the point of the stories - and they all have a point!
The point? To teach us about the nature of the god whose existence we cannot prove.
As several have already pointed out, it's all about faith.
Best wishes to you in your search for truth!