I read through your posts, and I came to the realization that a lot of your "unanswerable" questions have actually already been addressed. Particularly in the works of St. Augustine, St. Thomas, and even by C.S. Lewis. I know that a lot of the answers that you have gotten from random Christians have been weak, but what did you expect from laymen? Please, at least read "Mere Christianity" by C.S. Lewis. At the very least, it will give you less repetitive ammo to throw at us. Please message back.
I have no idea what you’re talking about as I am familiar with Augustine, Aquinas, and especially the philosophically inept C.S. Lewis. They definitely don’t help make a case for Christianity. In fact, I address Aquinas and Lewis’ best arguments in my book; I mention Lewis as an example of what one should do if their argument is defeated, but the thrust is that his argument against naturalism was most certainly defeated by Elizabeth Anscombe.
Apologetics is pseudo-philosophy and makes the Christian feel that his religion is more ironclad than it is. Every argument you can mention has received sufficient reply on more than one occasion. Christianity is plain and simply false.
And about evolution and Catholicism; so what? I never said that all Christians were creationists, but some Christians are exegetically thin as they overlook Romans 5:12-23 and 1 Corinthians 15:45. Go ahead and try to square that with evolution. Spoiler alert: you can’t!
In any case, get with the times. I’m in a post-theistic phase. I really have no interest in discussing stupid, redundant apologetic arguments. If you weren’t so busy indulging your confirmation bias, you would know about J.L. Mackie, Kai Nielsen, A.C. Grayling, Graham Oppy, Michael Martin, and plenty of other atheists and qualified philosophers who have destroyed the arguments you put so much stock in. It’s clear to me given your reading recommendations that you are unfamiliar with those people. You can’t even pretend there’s a case for Christianity if all you’ve done is weigh your favored side of the debate. The debate has been over! All that’s left are the superior arguments and retorts of atheists and the obstinacy of Christians. Christianity rests on the obduracy of believers, believers who continue to claim, despite the evidence, that their religion is true. It’s not! Make nice with that conclusion because it’s a truth you won’t escape.