If you don't believe in God, can you say why in a single sentence or phrase?

For me it's two words...Birth Defects.


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Igtheists (ignostics) don't have time to even bother with the g-word.

Extraordinary claims demand extraordinary evidence but religion has none to offer

I've seen no evidence for any god and every positive argument I've ever heard for a god falls flat.

I don't need a set of rules or a belief in a higher power to guide my morals or give me a sense of purpose. I am beyond that.

Hay we are trying to have a nice day here, do you mind?

;p)

 

There's no good reason.

The extreme lack of falsifiable evidence supporting the existence of a god.

I don't know if there is but if there isn't i wouldn't believe because: Evidence

No one is perfect, nothing is perfect, not even the universe itself. 

If God exists and is all-knowing and benevolent, there should be no reason to pray.

Because I don't believe! :)

The existence of any sort of God is an entirely man-made construct almost as old as humankind itself, and had I been born thousands of years ago there would be people there telling me to believe in Thor, Zeus or Poseidon - but I don't see anyone strapping C-4 to themselves to appease Osiris or Wotan.

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