Atheist's arguments make more sense than Christendom's creationists.
- Without God, there's no way to figure out which religions, if any, are true and false.
- Without God, the beliefs of people within the same religion frequently come into disagreement.
- Without God, believers find ways to explain why God appears invisible and why God doesn't do anything.
- Without God, believers come to rely on an idea called "faith" instead of relying on their innate ability to separate non-fiction and fiction.
No one can prove there is no God, just as no one can prove there are no purple elephants on Neptune. On the other hand, no one can prove God exists either. But that doesn't make it a coin-toss, because if God existed, things would be very different around here. If a God existed, he wouldn't have been so bad at directing scriptures. He probably wouldn't have created so many different religions. He would not have made his believers so morally confused. He would not have directed his flocks to wage war on one another.
Everything makes sense if you don't assume God. If you assume God, virtually nothing about our modern understanding of the universe makes any good sense.