Atheism is entirely based off logical fallacies or false assumptions, no atheist has ever yet addressed these fallacies. It is also just the same as any other faith-based belief system. argument from ignorance: "There's no evidence God exists, so God doesn't exist" "You can't prove God exists, so God cannot exist" "Lack of evidence that God exists indicates that the existence of God is unlikely" "Only what the current evidence at the present time indicates is the truth" argument from personal incredulity: "Do you really believe there's an invisible man, sky-daddy, etc...?" "It sounds like religion is a fantasy, fictional, a myth, made up" non-sequitur: "Well I don't believe in Zeus, an Invisible Pink Unicorn, Santa Claus, etc...so God must not exist" "I see no reason to believe in Thor, Zeus, Santa Claus, etc...so I see no reason to believe in God" "I don't believe in Zeus, Thor, Santa Claus, etc...so I don't believe in God" "There's no evidence Zeus, Santa Claus, the tooth-fairy, etc.., exists and there's also no evidence that God exists, so God must not exist" "If God really existed, then there would be no more suffering in the world, only good things would happen" unfalsifiability: Atheism is unfalsifiable, just the same as any other faith-based belief system, in EVERY and ANY condition atheists can invoke the "god of the gaps" or "god-did-it" excuse and deny any and every imaginable amount of evidence. Anything that is unfalsifiable is just the same as any other faith-based belief. How do atheists account for these fallacies?