1. We still don't know what caused the big bang, and what came before. This is unexplainable today. This could be easily attributed to a God.
2. I would like more of a proof that God doesn't exist. IMO an atheist needs to provide proof of God's non-existence, or the argument is flawed. Similarly, the religious need to be able to provide proof of Gods existence, which they cannot, therefore I am not religious. What would you say the atheist 'proof' is?
Why is it for the things we cannot explain, we have a handy "God" to thank for everything? It is easier to swallow that we're alone out here and the incredible complexity of DNA is that cells continue their evolution than there is a father-figure in the sky looking down on us an judging us. The need to worship the unexplainable is odd as once it is an object of worship, critical thought is done. it is easy to just pass everything off as "God".
One of the other reasons I tend to be athiest is that I've gone through most major religions. I was Catholic, Atheist, taoist, buddhist, agnostic and eventually it graduated back into atheism. This journey involved a great deal of study and letting go of what I WANTED to believe versus what was real. In the end, I realize that "God" was what I wanted him to be, and that applies to everyone else as well. We want a God to punish our enemies, but morality changes, so we want punishment for modern sins.
As for "God" himself, I am inclined to hope that he doesn't exist. From the bible, he is one of the most immature, petty, spiteful, controlling, hateful creatures I've ever come across. It is no wonder people say they fear God... he's a pretty scary dude!
It`s a dangerous business, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don`t keep your feet, there`s no knowing where you might be swept off to.” -Tolkein