There are two issues here. The first is your misuse of the word faith in this context. Faith is defined variously as “A firm belief in something for which there is no proof” (Merriam Webster Dictionary), “A belief that is not based on proof” (Dictionary.com), and “A strong belief in God or in the doctrines of a religion, based on spiritual apprehension rather than proof.” (Google Dictionary) So the term faith is really not applicable when it comes to accepting the veracity of the Bible because a Christians acceptance of the Bible's veracity is based on the existence of solid factual evidence (see question #11 below) and not faith.
Facts are facts and do not require faith or belief to exist, nor are they opinions or theories. Stating that since you have never seen Gods signature on it, it must then be only an opinion is an invalid argument as it implies that you are the standard by which all facts are measured.
The second issue is your last sentence. I said, “Calling the Bible a work of fiction is an easy statement to make. Not so easy to prove, however, when there is ample evidence to support its veracity.” You think this is, “trying to brute force prove you're [expletive] right.” You go on to imply that because I am “brute force” proving that I am right is keeping people away from Christianity.
This is the same old “stop shoving your religion down my throat” argument. The fact is, however, no one is “brute force” proving anything here, unless it is you (as seen through your insistence to use swear words to emphasize your points). The only thing I did was state a simple fact. I am not forcing you to believe it, nor accept it. In fact, I wasn't even talking to you at the time. You simply jumped in and started throwing accusations around.
Now I have been thinking about why you reacted the way you did to a statement made to someone else, and the only reasonable explanation that I can come up with is that my statement either startled you or scared you or both, thus causing such an extreme reaction from you. This of course leads me to question why you would be scared of my statement, and the answer is obvious and supported by your increasing extremism. You are afraid of the veracity of the Bible because if the Bible is true, then what you believe about God is false. You would be wrong and that scares you, and I think it scares you because deep down you know you are wrong and God is right.