I'm a Southern Baptist and have actually, seriously researched other religions/atheism. I'd like to have conversations/debate with others on this topic so... PM me, would you kindly.
The largest evidence of belief for me in Christianity comes from historical happenings. Unlike Islam, Hinduism, etc, there were no benefits to being an early christian. The early church had no benefits in upholding a lie if Christ had not at least seemed to have been risen and appeared to many in the church. The evidence being first found by women, an unreliable source at the time, also adds credibility to the story as does the fact that even the Jewish leaders and Romans admitted that Jesus had died and that his body was no longer in his tomb. The early church was persecuted quite heavily-- it was disadvantageous to be a Christian at first thus leaving little reason to live a lie. This creates a reason for the early church to at least believe that Christianity was real and that Jesus the Nazarene was right in what he claimed.
Food for thought. I can add more through PM. Just my own thoughts after "Kingdom of Heaven" style revelations.