If you read the Bible, the Old Testament and Gospels are full of historical reports of events where a different than normally expected outcome occurred because of the existence of God. Either God, or angels at the direction of God intervened in particular situations and altered the outcomes of wars, exacted judgment on those who chose to worship idols (either the Israeli or foreign people), raised people from the dead, healed people, broke people out of prison, warned people to leave certain places because of impending doom,.... the list is extremely long. The events are recorded by those who were present.
The problem is, none of these events are repeatable - so you choose to dismiss them all without a thought. While they may not meet a scientific standard that all slashdotter's are so fond of, the repeated interventions, taken as a whole, do point to an existing God.
So the next argument is that the whole Bible is just made up. Yet I can point to miracles and healing going on today. They are also not repeatable, but if you dismiss them because of that, you are being willfully ignorant of evidence that does point to the God described in the Bible.
Our church runs a food pantry. The cold storage is locked. We purchased a fixed number of hams to give out last year over the holidays. With no more purchases, and locked cold storage, we gave out by count a greater number of hams than were purchased. When the locked fridge was checked the next morning after having no hams in it when the distribution day was done, there were more hams inside. Not repeatable, and you'll decry that someone is just playing games, and I can't change that, but it did happen.
My wife was seen by doctors and was referred to a specialist to pick which of two problems the doctor thought she had. The problem was visible, degenerative, and neither was something there was a treatment for - they would just manage it differently depending on what the specialist said. Before going to the specialist, we went up and a lay person prayed for her. She came back immediately fine and has been fine for several years since. Again - not repeatable so you won't like it, but it did happen, just as the Bible promised.
God doesn't do everything we ask. Sometimes He does things that are good that we don't ask Him for. But we do observe outcomes that are not possible outside of a God working in the universe. Today. In the present.
The two I mentioned happened to people I personally know. I suspect that miracles and healings are happening in churches all over the world from time to time. The thing is, most Christians figure everybody has the Bible and if they refuse to believe what it says, why stick our necks out and get beat up verbally or in words for our own experiences. Or maybe we've tried a few times and decided what's the point.
For the record, I'm a literal Bible sort of guy. I just read it a bit more carefully than most and read the seven day description as a restoration to a habitable state after Lucifer's downfall rather than the original creation that is recorded in Gen 1:1. It works better with all the commands to replenish the earth, the different Hebrew words used for create and make, and many other things. It also handles the Greek New Testament social order references where an old social order is said to be overthrown and another new one put into being relating to Adam and Eve in the Gospels.. The reference to the social order in 2 Pet 3 perishing also makes sense if you believe in a pre-Adamite world ruled by Lucifer as the social order didn't cease in Noah's flood.
That leaves room for the possibility of evolution going on between Gen 1:1 and the time of the judgment of Lucifer - God just started over in all or part of the world after that judgment and that is what is described in the remainder of Gen. 1 after the "toho va bohu" moment in Gen. 1:2. The restoration could have been quick - affecting only one planet. Whether evolution occurred or not, or whether it was just God having fun trying new beasties is really not relevant to the Bible or the belief system of Christians. The creation story is a very, very small token piece of the Bible. While it is useful to understand, it won't affect your salvation one way or another.