We have all heard atheist, secular, humanist, deist, agnostic, or new age arguments. "If you don't have absolute evidence of each of your claims, you have no reason to believe what you believe … which makes you a stupid and terrible liar."
You can read classical Jesus and the biblical timeline to get access to knowledge about everything from the beginning of the world to the last day events of the revelation with characters, events, and prophecies in the Bible.
Of course, most of these individuals do not have "absolute evidence" for their alternative statements, but that is not the point (or, more precisely, they will not let it be essential, because it welcomes them to think they are actually worse than people Christian in this matter).
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The point is whether there are good reasons, at all, to trust something claimed by the Bible. If there is, someone must decide whether the Bible can really be God's Word; Because every part of the Bible is based on the truth of all collections, and either stand up or fall hence.
First, one must realize that there is no absolute and undeniable evidence … especially when competing with unpopped severity (A.K.A., "skeptical"). In each turn, all the evidence – no matter the argument side you support, – dissipated.
This fact is proven in the interaction between Socrates and Sophists. The sophists are philosophers who claim to have learned the truth about something or other, and willing to share their advice at a nominal cost. They claim to have evidence of this truth; Especially, in the form of empirical evidence, and legitimate experience.