I was helping someone think of some common questions to toss out at an apologetics training course, and this is what I spit out on the fly. I think that all but one I've heard in the past week alone. It's amazing how easy it is to parrot stupid atheist arguments.
ARGUMENT FROM AUTHORITY
Do you really think you're right and pretty much all the scientists, professors, and scholars who study this issue are wrong? Isn't that pretty arrogant?
ARGUMENT FROM ASSUMED UNIFORMITARIANISM
We know that the Earth is really old, from radiometric dating, from drilling into ice cores in Antarctica, from geological strata. the evidence that the Earth is old is overwhelming. How in the world could this possibly be fit into the Bible myth?
ARGUMENT FROM FAITH IN ASSUMED EXTRAPOLATION
We know that organisms evolve. We see it around us all the time. What is stopping the little changes you admit take place from becoming big changes, say, from ape-like creature into a homo sapien?
ARGUMENT FROM ASSUMING TO KNOW GOD'S MIND
How is it possible, if the Earth is less than 10,000 years old, that we are seeing light beams from stars that are far more than 10,000 light years away?
ARGUMENT FROM BAD THEOLOGY
Why would God make all the evidence look like evolution is responsible for our evolution from a common ancestor?
ARGUMENT FROM AGGRESSIVE BELITTLING
Do you really think man co-existed with dinosaurs? What evidence do you have of that?
GOD OF THE GAPS
Why do we even have to think that God was involved, when natural processes like evolution are perfectly adequate explanations for what we see and the history of this planet and life? Aren't you just trying to insert a God where you don't understand something?
ARGUMENT FROM BAD ANALOGY
Why do you think God is responsible for creation? Why not Thor, or Zeus?
I think that if I were to ask you why you don't believe in either of those gods, you'd say it's because there's no evidence for them. And that's my exact same answer to you about Jesus. You're an atheist with respect to those other gods. I just disbelieve in one more god than you do.