Ooptydootie: Can you spell "off topic"? Did you come up with a brand new proof of god that's only been refuted a few thousand times, and you couldn't wait for a more appropriate topic to come up?
Something can't come from that which does not exist, so the universe requires a cause.
Ditto god, right? No? You mean there can be things that don't have causes? Wow, I guess that kind of screws up your entire argument.
Plus, it's well known that particle-antiparticle pairs pop into existence without any cause all the time. Physicists can literally sit you down at their equipment and show you uncaused things appearing out of nothing.
The universe can't always have existed because a) heat death would be far greater than it is
Um, no. We know that the observable universe inflated from a singularity 14.3 billion years ago. But there's no reason why that can't have been one of an infinite number of inflationary events within the universe; everything outside of our bubble is unobservable due to a little thing we like to call "the speed of light".
b) mankind would have approximated into that alleged past eternity and not still be sinning to the extent it still does along the exponential progression of conscience we are clearly on.
I have no idea what this word salad means; so far as I can tell, you're claiming that mankind must be as old as the universe, so that if the universe has always existed, so have we; is that right?
Also, this "exponential progression of concious" must be at a very flat part of the curve right now, because there's been no noticeable change in human conciousness in the last hundred thousand years or so.
Atheism is utterly destroyed because it has no answer and never will.
Even if that were true, the burden of proof rests on the party making the positive claim (in this case, that a supernatural entity described in a specific book actually exists). When you can meet that burden, there'll be no more atheism.
You would have to be God (having omniscience) to know if God exists when you hold out having to know all things to be sure.
Well, it's true that we'll never know if there's a non-interfering deistic deity that will never have the slightest effect on us or our lives. But I'm guessing you believe in a god who answers prayers and performs miracles, right? You'd be surprised how easy it is to prove that that specific god doesn't exist. In the same way, we can redefine "Batman" so far that you can't prove he exists, but if you take the common meaning of a guy dressed as a bat who fights crime in Fictional New York, it's very easy to prove he's not real.
And only Christianity is proven by the resurrection proof and multiple resurrection appearances in various group settings.
Right. Only Jesus. And Ramna. And Balder. And Mithras. And Osiris. And a hundred other gods who, according to their holy books, died and rose again and were seen after death by many people. But I'm sure you've got an excellent reason as to why they don't count, right?