Here is my observation of both sides without picking a side:Tell me how I am flawed in my arguments, please.
-Both sides are flawed in their arguments.
-Both sides beg the question quite frequently.
-Both sides will try anything to "convince."
I personally believe in the God of Christianity to be the one and only God. I believe this because I see his creation daily and it is self-evident. Whether or not some form of evolution even exists doesn't matter. It will never, in the end, prove that God does not exist or that the Bible is a lie. I think that science will only get closer to proving God in the end. I feel that everyone has the opportunity to see God through his work in their life and for many reasons people will look for ways around it to benefit their own worldly desires. When you're alone, and you talk to yourself and cry out in fear because you doubt...stop and listen. God WILL speak to your soul and guide you. Remember that He is beyond our understanding, that is why people doubt. Step outside of what you know and try to imagine if you were powerful enough to create all of this and then logically and philosophically work through it all. If you do it without leaning to one side you may find that things look differently.
Where do I do beg the question?
I will only speak the truth as far as I know it. Integrity is a lot more important than convincing anyone. Where do I do something else to convince anyone, please?
If this guy can say "I believe this because I see his creation daily and it is self-evident", then I would say he's already picked a side, quite contrary to what he claims.
Also, he doesn't seem to know a lot about either the Bible or science: "I think that science will only get closer to proving God in the end." Check out Jerry Coyne's post about whether Adam and Eve were real.
And, he has a foregone conclusion: "It will never, in the end, prove that God does not exist or that the Bible is a lie." If you are settled that that is the case, then how can evidence mean anything to you?