Yes, I would agree that the existence of god cannot be disproven. Because one cannot disprove the existence of anything. The point I was making was that the burden of proof lies with the theists and not the atheists.<quoted text>Then, if you are an atheist you should never say, "There is no God" and certainly not, "I can prove there is no God". We seem to be in agreement here.
I'm an atheist because I do not believe in gods. I do not believe in gods, because no one can prove to me that a gods exists. I never said "there is no God", so I don't understand why it is you're telling be not to say it.