Hold your horses. While I would love to see you saved and I am intent on sharing the gospel with anyone God leads me to. I would like to get after some core issues first, if that's okay?
I feel quite suspicious right out of the gate. My experience tells me that the announcing of such ahead of time -- as profound and compelling -- signals an attempt to sell me something that is anything but compelling. If it's profound and compelling it's not hard to sell, by definition, like expecting the sun to rise tomorrow.
So, you've been asking me questions, and I've been answering. Now tell me: what is this "profound and compelling" evidence of which you speak, and what does it compel one toward?
I'm just letting you know that people and intelligent people who have struggled through these issues also found it compelling. I'm not saying anything about you. I'm stating a fact. Do you disagree that many thoughtful people are greatly compelled by Jesus of Nazerath?
Basically, while some scoff at the notion of God and the evidence around Jesus others search and find the revelation of God as revealed in scripture, the condition of their own hearts and the sign posts for God around us, as more valid and conclusive than the very laws that govern nature.
I don't want to debate particulars with you yet because I think we would get lost in a sea of confusion but I would like to know what your epistemological foundation is and if it is sound and capable of withstanding scrutiny. Are you game?