Sorry for responding so late. I’ll just respond to a few of your points.
One, IMO the mention of beauty, order, complexity, love, sacrifice, enormous size, etc. should be mentioned when pondering the existence of reality, because they are part of our reality. That is why what Paul says in Romans 1:20 rings true to the vast majority of historical humanity:
"For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made...",
Most people instinctively understand God’s invisible qualities - His power from a 100 billion light-year large universe with 200 billion galaxies, each with millions to trillions of stars, some 1 millions times the size of the sun, and divine nature, being seen in beauty, love, complexity, sacrifice, etc. are obvious.
Two, there is no way to explain consciousness. For others, I’m sure you would say evolution explains them, and I would agree. But WHY evolution produced them is the question. Richard Dawkins in The God Delusion asks an analogous question responding to some atheists who claimed that the laws of nature had to be, “fine-tuned” because cosmic inflation set them that way. He writes, “yes, but why were they set that way?” He didn’t accept the, “blind luck” argument then explains the that multiverse explains it though pure numbers. Fine, but what explains the multiverse?
Then I suppose Hitler was only, “perceived” to be evil. In fact, evil requires an explanation just as much as love and beauty. If there isn’t a spiritual force that opposes God causing people to committ evil acts, like the school shooting yesterday, than how can you account for it?
Maybe so, but we are a theological species. Every culture has come up with some sort of divinity to explain life and existence. Yourself and T-aquaticus want to cut out vital parts of reality in doubting God and carry on the discussion like 2 computers in the night calculating the logic of a calculus equation. That just isn’t reality, no matter how you perceive it.
This debate is about what we put our faith in. Atheists have faith in something, no matter the flavor. You have faith that Jesus is not God. Many of us have faith that He is. The fact that we want answers and someone claimed to have them does not in any way diminish the intellectual argument that Jesus is God.