ev·i·dence [ évvid'nss ]
1.sign or proof: something that gives a sign or proof of the existence or truth of something, or that helps somebody to come to a particular conclusion
2.proof of guilt: the objects or information used to prove or suggest the guilt of somebody accused of a crime
3.statements of witnesses: the oral or written statements of witnesses and other people involved in a trial or official inquiry
In light of #3 I don't understand how it can be said there is absolutely no evidence for God.
I'd say there is a pretty strong case to be made for all three is there not?