Why offer the same evidence you dismiss?
Any discussion about the existence of God, or the truthfullness of a certain religion centers around evidence. However, competing religions often cite the SAME evidence; thus theists simultaniously claim and dismiss the same evidence.
Christians, why do you claim the existence of the Universe is proof of your God, but dismiss it as evidence of Allah, Zeus, Oden, Vinishu, or the Flying Spagetti Monster?
Why do you accept the Bible's claim of being divinely inspired while simultaniously dissmissing similar claims within the the Koran and the Book of Mormon? (as well as every other "Holy Book")
Why do you dismiss miracles claimed by Mormons, Muslims, Hindu's, and Buddhists while demanding that your miracles be acknowledged as evidence of the divine?
How can you claim faith as "evidence" of your God, while ignoring the faith of billions of people who believe in different God's?
How can you cite answered prayers as proof of your God's divine intervention, while refusing to acknowledge answered prayers of Muslims as proof of the divine intervention of Allah? (side note: All Gods are very bad at answering prayers... as such all have a statistical success rate equal to chance. There is no statistical advantage for praying to one God as opposed to the another.)
Arguments for truth of any religion, or the existence of any God, consist primarily of demanding that your "evidence" be accepted without question, while identical evidence, presented by competing religions, is wholely dismissed.
Is there any honest argument for your God which you are not accepting on one side and simultaniously dismissing it with the other? Is there any evidence for your God which can not also be used to prove the existence of the God(s) from other current, or former, religions?
"Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?"
-- Douglas Adams, from Last Chance To See