Asking for evidence of something humans put so much subjective definition towards, i.e. the concept of god, is a moot exercise.
Humans are only capable of professing that they have 'faith' or trust in an idea or concept.
Main Entry: faithPart of Speech: noun 1Definition: trustSynonyms: acceptance, allegiance, assent, assurance, belief, certainty, certitude, confidence, constancy, conviction, credence, credit, credulity, dependence, faithfulness, fealty, fidelity, hope, loyalty, reliance, stock, store, sureness, surety, troth, truth, truthfulness
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