Yes, I hear the voice of god.
Yes, in the form of signs, dreams, etc., but no voices.
Maybe, I'm not sure.
No, I've never experienced this.
Other (Please Explain).
I am not a scientist. To the best of my knowledge, and correct me if I am wrong, evolution is still not proved (albeit the existing evidence weighs heavily in its favor) and is yet, to this day, identified as a theory. And albeit I accept the theories surrounding evolution my acceptance of this theory is based on "faith" that what the scientific community is telling me is true. That their interpretations, based on the existing evidence and the best theoretical ideas of why evolution happens, is correct. And as time goes by this theory also evolves within the scientific community as new evidence, data, technology to interpret evidence and the "why-fors" are found, identified, explored and posited. Does that make sense? That's what I mean by both the religious and evolutionists have "faith" in their set of beliefs.
I don't tolerate atheists on any level at all anymore. I used to defend them but now I see them being just as bad, if not worse, than the most abusive of Christians.
But I don't think there is any lack of grace when a Christian removes his or herself from a verbally abusive situation where atheists are concerned. You are talking about a group of people who have rejected faith out of some misguided notion that it makes them smarter than everyone else. And then, to constantly reaffirm this notion, they consistently attack and criticize, not the beliefs themselves, but the people who hold to faith.
I, personally, am under no directive to proselytize to nonbelievers; I couldn't care less if they make it to heaven or if they spend their eternities in the bowels of tormented hell choking on brimstone. As far as I am concerned, people have a right to their beliefs and to express their beliefs peacefully and without fear of reprisal. The reason I am intolerant of atheists is because I see the intolerance they show to Christians specifically and, being a gay man, I am acutely aware of the way this intolerance builds and becomes ingrained in our culture. Forgive me but I don't much like seeing anyone treated or spoken of the way gays were for the longest time.