I can understand when the religious say their experiences are from god, and they are for them alone, so personal testimonies won't change the minds of others, but I wonder if any of them question why they were granted the experience while others (such as myself) have none. We are given no 'reason' to believe, no glimpse into God's mysterious ways, no shred of evidence or anything to start believing in God. It does seem to me as though if there is a god, he's decided I am not worthy, and so he won't try to save me by giving me a personal experience. That can't be because I'm a bad person, because I feel I act better than a lot of people who say they have had personal experiences. When they say women aren't as good as men or homosexuals are sinning, my mind cannot accept that. My mind just isn't capable of seeing those remarks as anything but disgusting. If there is a god, I feel I've been set up to fail.
Look around you. Life is so complicated, intricate and beautiful that there has to be a loving Creator.
I'll answer this, because you need to learn that there is no proof you can offer to show a god exists. Life is so complicated and intricate because it started out simple, and over millions of years became more complex with tiny changes. Even if we don't accept that, it doesn't take too much thinking to realise the being that did it would have to be even more complicated and intricate. Where is His designer? If he needs none, because he is eternal, then why can't the Universe be eternal, and these complicated life forms we see be a natural part of that? Afterall, we know the Universe exists because we have evidence of it. There is no evidence for a god.
Your other points can be picked apart too, but there's no need as I've already answered the first one.