It is my position that no amount of subjective evidence would be sufficient to prove a claim.
Since subjective evidence is mere opinion, it serves no function in matters of truth. For example, suppose I claim to have seen Bigfoot. Someone else makes the same proclamation. So on and so forth...would this be convincing to anybody? I should hope not. The reason for this is because the subject is unable to self-confirm his or her experiences. The subject can be mistaken, can hallucinate, can have invalid sensory interpretation.
Now contrast this with the objective - that which is not subject to interpretation. For example, suppose I had filmed the 9/11 terror attacks. No one can argue that two planes did not collide with the WTC because it's right there on video. (ignoring the possibility of doctored videos, which can be detected anyway)
Now, can anyone think of objective evidence for the existence of God? If so, please share it. I would be supremely interested in it.
EDIT: Can we stop with the "Oh look an atheist" posts? At least make an effort to address the topic at hand here. This is a question that should interest anyone.
EDIT: Any God concept is fine, just specify especially if it's not the standard Abrahamic variety.