I am not asking for evidence because I think that evidence is non existent. If that were the case, I wouldn't be here. I recently began feeling as though I am on a mission (for myself) to find answers to all my questions about these things. Asking questions in a place like yahoo answers has given me nothing but answers like "christians are evil" or "You are a theist, therefore you must not know much of anything". I have been reading "The Case for a Creator" by Lee Strobel. This is the book that kind of started it all. I find the evidence that I have read so far very frustrating and compelling. I still dont understand how a THEORY is being treated as a fact and thrown around in textbooks as such. The provided issues in "A Case for a Creator" just amplify my frustration. Anyways, I have a relatively good friend at school who has a very firm belief in evolution and takes everything charles Darwin said in his book "The Origin of Species" as though it were the Bible to us. I brought up several points in school today when I was with him. I didn't use any of the points in the book (yet), but resorted to several things listed on the answers in genesis website (The points: Lack of population three stars, lack of antimatter, the flat problem, monopoles, etc) and also Michael Behe's argument about "irreducible complexity". First of all, do you guys find it problematic that I would debate a friend on this subject? It was clear that he was getting extremely frustrated with me as I went on. I simply want to make him see the gaps in these ideas (err..."facts"). Can anyone verify the things that I used (and back it up) and provide any other compelling evidence that evolution and the big bang are just hypothetical? If you do, please try to avoid bringing in ideas that are way over my head. Thanks!