Evidence should be:
- Parsimonious (sparing in its proposed entities or explanations)
- Useful (describes and explains observed phenomena, and can be used predicatively)
- Empirically testable and falsifiable
- Based on multiple observations, often in the form of controlled, repeated experiments
- Correctable and dynamic (modified in the light of observations that do not support it)
- Progressive (refines previous theories)
- Provisional or tentative (is open to experimental checking, and does not assert certainty)
For any theory, hypothesis or conjecture to be considered scientific, it must meet most, and ideally all, of these criteria. The fewer criteria are met, the less scientific it is; and if it meets only a few or none at all, then it cannot be treated as scientific in any meaningful sense of the word.Wikipedia
Your personal opinions, revelations, visions and warm fuzzy feelings are not evidence. They meet none of the basic criteria.
Christianity: A disgusting middle eastern blood cult, based in human sacrifice, with sacraments of cannibalism and vampirism, whose highest icon is of a near naked man hanging in torment from a device of torture.