Opinions, beliefs, and attitudes are only claims for the existence and, indeed, non-existence of god, but they are not proof. To become evidence, claims (hypotheses or assumptions) must be proven
The existence or nonexistence of a deity or deities is a topic of debate and speculation that has occupied humanity for centuries. Many philosophical, religious, and scientific perspectives have been offered to support both the existence and nonexistence of a supreme being or beings. While some believe in a personal God who created the universe and intervenes in human affairs, others hold a more abstract view of divinity as an underlying force or consciousness in the universe. On the other hand, those who argue for the nonexistence of God often cite a lack of empirical evidence or the existence of natural disasters and suffering in the world as proof against a benevolent deity. Ultimately, the question of whether or not God exists remains a matter of personal belief and interpretation.