An interesting question. I’m not going to accept the burden of proof. That lies on the shoulders of the person/s making a claim that a particular hypothesis is true or, in this case, that a deity exists. But I can accept the challenge to list some reasons to doubt any such claim, whatever the religion asserting it might be.
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Let’s put forward an hypothesis that there exists a personal god. There are certain things that we can predict we would find if our hypothesis were true. We can consider what those are, and look to see if we find them.
If there were a supernatural god guiding events and answering prayers, we’d expect to see an interruption in cause and effect from time to time, as this supernatural entity changes what would otherwise be the predetermined outcome of some causal event. We never see that.
If there were a personal god that cared about having a relationship with us, we would expect that god to have delivered this message to all human beings everywhere in the world from day one forward. Instead of that, we look around the world and find that each isolated group before the age of exploration and colonization had entirely unique and indigenous belief systems.