I had a philosophy101 instructor in college tell me that "the greatest thing the human mind can imagine is that of an ultimate being"*. If this is the case then we can imagine, but not observe, something that is simply outside of our ken. This would inevitable lead to a division of people into two distinct groups: those who have faith in an ultimate being, and those who have faith that one does not exist. My question, therefore, is how do you justify being an atheist on faith alone? I'm not trying to trigger anyone here, but atheists don't have any more proof of a God's non-existence than theists do of God's existence. In the absence of data, is it not silly to stubbornly root yourself into one camp or the other?
*for you trolling fucker out there that will say, "nu-uh, you can totes imagine something bigger! you can ImAgInE the being that created the ultimate being O.o !! lmao fml". Yeah, well, fuck you. You just didn't utilize your imagination to it's fullest capacity the first time around.