Atheists, to be fair, should more often admit that the belief that there is no God is, in every sense of the word, a belief—as opposed to a fact. It’s a guess. It’s a reasonable guess, to be sure. But it’s absurd to suggest that it’s any more reasonable a guess than that there is a God.
Humans are designed to induce universal truths from limited evidence. Atheists look around, and induce there’s no God. Given the exact same range of evidence, religious people conclude there is.
What atheists cannot then do is pretend that it’s only religious people whose convictions are grounded in what is ultimately a leap of faith. To no less a degree, so is theirs.
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