it doesn't make sense to say "God is undefined but I don't believe in God." You must have a definition or else you guys have no clue what you are disbelieving in.
Would it make sense to say "Fligglesnorf is undefined but I don't believe in Fligglesnorf?" I think it's exactly the contrary. If Fligglesnorf is undefined, then logically, it isn't even possible to believe in Fligglesnorf. How can you believe in something if you don't even know what it is?
Then when people do define what they mean by god--all powerful, all knowing, no beginning or end, all loving, immaterial, with supernatural powers, yet undetectable by any scientific instrument, etc.-- it gets even less possible to believe it exists.
It is invisible, yet everywhere.
It chooses to reveal itself to you, but only if you already believe in it first.
It has infinite powers, but can't make you believe in it. Until it reveals itself to you. After you have already decided to believe.
It made up of three (or more) distinct individuals, but is really one inseparable thing.
It knows everything but makes mistakes.
It knows everything but does not know the future.
It is all good and nothing but good, but created/allows/does evil.
It created everything out of nothing. Although something cannot come from nothing.
It created the physical laws, but does not have to follow them.
It created the physical laws and does have to follow them.
It created the unbreakable rules of morality-- but does not have to follow the unbreakable rules of morality.
It watches believers all the time, but nobody acts as if it is watching all the time.
So many contradictions that it could not exist--yet somehow we are supposed to accept that it does? Whatever for? And that is just one god as described by one group. Add in all the other gods that people have ever believed in and you get an even bigger mess. What the hell are we atheists supposed to think? Hmmm, maybe one group of contradictory silly unfounded ideas is right
. Or maybe all of them are wrong.....