So, that's the experience of God and faith. You feel the presence of God in your life. Belief in God comes from personal experience. For some, that through seeing a stunning sunset. For others it's being healed.
If a person doesn't see God or hear God in their life, I wouldn't expect them to believe in him. If a person does see and hear God in their life, I would expect them to believe in him.
Password, believe me, I am HAPPY for you, and I am not trying to be an ass about this. But this changes the rules. Now we have to feel god, and experience him personally. So why get so interested in proving god exists, when god has obviously seen fit to not reveal himself to so many?
Millions upon millions are trying to tell theists like yourself that they have had absolutely zero such experiences ever. On top of that, their examination of the universe does not reveal a higher power out there with a personality or an identity.
My point is: Why can't theists let these people be, acknowledge their honesty, instead of trying to do the talking for god that god obviously has withheld from them? You simply cannot speak for god, or frankly, about god, to a person who hasn't seen or heard from him ever. For these atheists to bow to your experience would be living a lie.
At the same time, atheists have just as much right to point out that god has NOT talked to millions (billions?) of people around the earth. Esp with all respect, the Christian god. 6 out of every 7 now worship a different god, or reject Christianity and all gods.
So when you say that your god (Jesus) speaks to you, I point out in all honesty, you are in a minority. It's all in the math.