Then can you prove that there is no God.?
I have done so countless, countless times.
I believe there is the universe and it has to be created by the creator by simple logic (cause and effect).
What is your logical explanation if you believe otherwise ?
Again, I don't need to prove how the Universe came to be, or anything other than the fact that there is no god.
Here's my proof.
What makes a god a god is left up to the individual to decide. There isn't one single definition of the term. Some gods are/were believed to have created the Universe (the deist god, monotheistic gods), while others (most, in fact) were not believed to have created the Universe (Norse gods, Egyptian gods). Therefore, I have defined what a god is to me with this simple sentence. A god is an omnipotent
being. For a god to be worthy of worship, it
also needs to have a third property - benevolence - but we'll get to that later.
Now, omnipotence has paradoxes associated with it. Indeed, the very definition is paradoxical: some things are simply impossible by definition, such as calculating the last digit of any irrational number and slamming a revolving door, yet an omnipotent being should be able to do these things. The impossible is called "impossible" for a reason: it cannot be done. If the impossible is possible, then there is something an omnipotent being cannot do: the impossible, because there's no such thing. However, an omnipotent being should be able to create impossible things, starting the cycle all over again.
Omniscience also has paradoxes associated with it. Can an omniscient being conceive of information that it does not know? If so, it didn't know everything. If not, it does not know everything.
These two together create paradoxes of multiversal proportions. Can an omnipotent and omniscient being make itself know more?
Benevolence is another issue. By itself, benevolence is possible on some level. However, when you toss in infinite power and knowledge, there's no conceivable way in which a benevolent, omnipotent, and omniscient being would allow suffering to exist, even as a concept. Due to its unlimited power, all it would have to do is want to make suffering non-existent, while fully preserving free will, and it would be so.
EDIT: Completely unrelated to this: John 3 16, do you always use a spell checker?