Actually "I don't know" is not difficult to say.<quoted text>Atheism is growing because "I don't know" is too dificult for some people to admit. Atheism is as dogmatic and narrow-minded most religions.
The claim to know an absolute one way or the other is insane. Maybe you should concern yourself less with god and move on to something of substance.
I don't know many things, just as many others don't know many things.
Atheists are not afraid to admit they don't know something. It's the creationists and highly religious like yourself who never say you don't know, only telling stories of mythology in order to explain things.
How are we here?
Atheists: "We don't know, but we can't look into religion, for there's no evidence of a god."
Religious people: "We know everything, we know how we were created and everything just because we believe in a god."
You don't know anything when you claim you know because of god.
The difference between atheism and religion is that one (atheism) doesn't claim to know everything, while the other (religion) has different myths to try and explain every single thing.
"Goddidit" is not an explanation, it is not knowledge. I could equally just say luck did it, to every single topic.