First of all,I apologize to moderators,because I didn't know where to put this thread,maybe in General Philosophy forum... I put it in the Scepticism forum,because I would like to hear what arguments sceptics have against God's existence. What am I asking,is it possible to prove God's non-existence by logic or any other way? I,personally,am an atheist.The real problem is when you look at it the universe seem to be like an organism-ameba that is expanding,but that doesn't prove the existence of God.My arguments are that if God existed he should have laws and the balance that support his existence.But no blance lasts for ever.Everything would fall apart-including God.So,basically even God shouldn't be eternal. Many people-believers think that God is pure energy and that's why he is eternal-but they simply forget one crucial thing.Although energy can't be created/destroyed,it has its forms.God than would be an form of energy,and since no form of energy is eternal-everything that exists is made of zillions of forms of energy. What are your opinions?