Thanks for the explanation. It seems though that "the resurrection" as you define it - as parts of the universe becoming sentient - isn't really relevant to the disagreements between Christians and atheists. When we ask for evidence it is because most Christians have a very different conception of the resurrection in mind, and it is one that Christians and atheists actually disagree about.Very very simple. But first, do you know why the Egyptians honored a corpse so much that they tried to preserve them as mummies? To Egyptians the cosmos was the corpse of a divine entity and they expected it would be reborn as something new. A new creation. So they cared for the corpse of their king knowing that the corpse is sacred.
Therefore, if the cosmos was lifeless before it produced life in us, then our souls are the cosmos living again. What is the resurrection but a dead body rising from its grave? The myths of resurrection reflect an underlying truth about us and our reality. So you guys expect evidence for the myth being an historical event (which will never happen) all the while missing the extradorinaiy event occurring all around you,— the actual resurrection of souls within a dead body, the universal corpse comprised of matter. “The Logos became flesh” says scripture.
God sees it, the sages saw it, the mystics saw it, the apostles saw it, and the authors of the Gospels saw it before they wrote about it in scriptural fiction, whereas, everyone else thinks it is common for souls to arise from non life in a visible universe 38 billion light years across. When actually, our existence is a miracle from a cosmic perspective.