"The fool says in his heart, "There is no God." They are corrupt, their deeds are vile; there is no one who does good. Psalm 14:1..."
Problem is, that particular 'god' didn't exist until around 3,500 - 4,000 years ago. Which is central to the question of whether "god" exists, and most people of faith strive mightily to ignore that factor.
Jews, Christians, and Muslims - members of the three major MIDDLE-EASTERN religions of today - refer to "God" as everlasting, but this particular 'god' - or 'gods' - [of the talmud, bible and koran] doesn't show up in human literature until the last few millenia...
And yet Middle-Eastern god worshippers co-opt ALL events that came BEFORE this 'god's' name appeared, as belonging to "him"...
That is one bizarre disconnect from reality that has always amazed me. These Middle-Eastern god worshippers ALSO choose to IGNORE the facts that show that there were MANY deities worshipped LONG BEFORE this particular Middle-Eastern 'god' - 'gods' - was written into human history.
If people really understood the origins - the EXTREMELY RECENT ORIGINS - of the Middle-Eastern gods that they're worshipping - and for that matter, the innately Middle-Eastern-male attitudes and behaviors incorporated into these Middle-Eastern god[s], most would drop such worship immediately.