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What to you is evidence of god's existence? Or have you created criteria that one could never hope to fulfill so that you could take the intellectually lazy way and rub in how "you can't prove god with my criteria for evidence... nah na na na nah."
I'm not sure why you imply that I've taken the second option. I don't have a set criteria for what is and what is not evidence for god's existence. I take a "I'll judge it when I see it" approach to it.
What would be evidence for a religions' veracity? You have indicates your view that religion contradicts science, yet Hindu cosmology and astronomy fit very well together, this given Hindu cosmology was posited over a thousand years before the first telescope. (This is just one example).
Do you have a source for Hindu cosmology/astronomy being in agreement with science? Even if it were, how does this verify that the Hindu religion is correct or true?
1. Why are you equating the veracity of a god's existence the veracity of religion?
My point is the same, there is no evidence that I am aware of that supports god's existence.
2. Why are you equating the veracity of any religion to the veracity of Christianity?
In that phrase I may have falsely assumed this debate was about the god of the abrahamic religions. You can pick any religion you want in the world, and there isn't going to be much if any evidence supporting that god's existence.