The first link is pure bunk. I could go through and thoroughly disprove each of the author's 5 points. But each point is so incredibly wrong that I don't think it would be worth the effort.
As for the second link..... That website is a mess. It sets out to try and prove just about every religious claim. Ones that most Christians fully accept as metaphor without any historical accuracy. For instance, proof of resurrection, creationism, dinosaurs living with biblical humans(
), young Earth, etc. Do you really believe all that too? Most of that is easily disproven with a high school level of scientific understanding. I'm really not trying to be mean by saying that, but that's really basic level stuff.
And all of the claims just completely fail. Take for instance, this part of the "Scientific evidence for God"....
Believe it or not, a 5 year old child could be an atheistic scientist's worst nightmare by merely asking him “where did everything come from if God didn't make it?” energy and matter in the closed system of the universe if there is no Creator capable of doing that?”
But if we're to accept that scientifically, then we must equally apply that to both sides of the argument. Meaning that a 5 year old child could also be a theist's worst nightmare, by merely asking "Where did God come from". The author doesn't even attempt to approach that. He makes the assumption that God's existence is just accepted, and needs no explanation. Tragic bias. That's not science, and it's not evidence.