Logic, reason, rationale… etc. This train is one that has come and gone for you. If the evidence for evolution is something you deny, and you have chosen a god or gods as a guiding influence in your perception of reality, then your comprehension of reality no longer requires any other substantial reason – other than sheer curiosity.
(for your curiosity)
Typically, theism comes in a package (generalizing, here):
1) Life is a divine schematic.
2) The mind of God(s), nor the mystery of his/her/the/it/their design is not something you claim to know, or understand, or else, you’d be omniscient as well, and not require religious faith.
3) Therefore, debating evolution or abiogenesis is not a wise move – as, your alternative hypothesis relies on a magical being you cannot understand, comprehend, nor explain – beyond honesty.
4) Furthermore, upon acceptance of the divine plan – your will has been entered into a contract, and is no longer yours unless you void the transaction. In effect, this also compromises any conversation with an empiricist, as they fully understand before you enter the veritable room, that your belief system is built upon the antithesis of the refined scientific aim (aka – “Scientific Method”).
After all, how can you enter a debate on the grounds of reason when you’ve already abandoned it? You’re trying to open an account with no currency to justify its existence.
Science relies on an extremely dense type of comprehension – as, its adherents maintain empirically substantiated evidence to support their worldview. Whereas, religious faith relies only on the will of the adherent. It must be nice. lol
In conclusion, you chose to abandon things like reason, logic, and science. Any empiricist you debate, relies on a level of knowledge that is bound by tenable and testable confirmations grounded in both personal discovery and a coordinated alignment with scientific comprehension to the extent it can be understood.
Ironically, both paths wind toward attaining some degree of omniscience, but essentially lead in opposite directions. Theists believe in a bridge of understanding reality, while empiricists build theirs.
Now, I have some questions of my own:
-Why worry about what others believe if it is all part of a predetermined plan – a destiny?
…And, if you believe that your preach/dissent is part of that plan, then:
-If your god does not want to interfere with free will, why has he/she..etc. sent you to tamper with it?
(I assume that is the self-less version of your motive to debate, and/or “spread the word”)
It would be far easier to change my mind (or that of other empiricists) if your god(s) simply …showed up – And, not through you, either. I see the same stuff you’re made of when I look into a mirror. lol