From post #199 ...The justification is lack of evidence.
Rather like i am justified in not believing in invisible pink polka dot unicorns for exactly the same reason
"So let's see ...
1. no evidence
2. no universal conception
3. doesn't matter/don't care
These seem to be the overwhelmingly predominant "arguments" for atheism.
No. 1. is only a significant point if there were a logical expectation of their being evidence, and we humans were logically expected to be able to identify it as such. I have pointed this out to many an atheist here and elsewhere over the years, and have as yet received no logical reason that we should expect either of these conditions. And yet in spite of this revelation, they inevitably walk away repeating to themselves and everyone else that no evidence is their evidence. Proving to me, at least, that logic and reason are not the intellectual mechanisms by which many atheists become atheist. ..."