Wherever you think man came from is fine with me, but man from his inception was corporeal and as such was only privy to what his senses could perceive (and much later his instrumentation) … of the real world (universe). In order for there to be any coexistence between varieties of people (like more than one), a vernacular had to be (and was) established. Humans having no known extrasensory functions, established our language around those things we knew to exist (or existed) and are (were) real. Existence by definition is the state of being real, actual, or current, rather than imagined, invented, or obsolete. For instance let’s take E=MC2. We are only capable of understanding that which is made up of energy or mass. Truth be told, the lack of energy or mass is by definition ‘nothing’ or a state of ‘nothingness’ … of which we know nothing for how could we know anything about something we don’t know anything about? Oh well … Christian logic. If god is not made up of energy or mass then this ‘entity’ is nothing but a word in a book.
It is difficult to be constructive when the questions contradict themselves. If you were to tell me that something exists but that there is no way to detect it, I would have to question your sanity for trying to drag me into that nothing or non-existence madness mentioned above. Either a criterion exists for the truth that is universal or it does not … which is it? Either the laws of nature are consistently true or they are not laws at all ... which is it? Catholic “literal interpretation” of the bible (the only ones that actually count???) has been proved to be false on numerous elucidations but who is counting … it should only take ONE. We have been ‘blessed’ with countless gods throughout our history but you know what is so funny … they all “PROVED” their gods existence by writing about them and telling everyone it was true and Christianity fell right in step, go figure. Proof my aching arse. Personally, I have a problem with their kind of circular logic. When words like “… points to…”, “…Common sense tells us…”, “…It can be proved historically…”, “…reason alone can prove…”, “…does not fully explain…” and other such nonsense which are all … well nonsense as it pertains to the truth of things; but they are fundamental in the “proofs” that Christians base their whole existence on. Now I know why they say it takes a leap of faith, hehehe. Just not my flavor of brainwashing is all.