We've no proof that God exists that goes beyond an Argumentum ad numerum fallacy. However, with no proof of any kind you can make the claim that, were a God to exist, it would outside of space and time. Therefore immediately explaining why it will be impossible for us to ever detect God's presence and neatly fitting into some lackluster theory about the beginings of life and the Universe. Religon exists as the earliest form of Moral standards and explanation of the unknown for humankind. It creates an all knowing, all seeing, moralistically superior being that supposedely compells us to live our lives in a way that is deemed correct and good. Religion was not handed down by any higher creature, it was the creation of early tribal communities of pre-civilized man to rule over the hearts and minds of all men. Religion is not an explanation of the origins of life or the universe, it is the earliest form of common law on this planet. Simply said, this small theory of mine has more roots in reality than does the creationist theory. I can go one step further than saying "God" invented evolution. If God did or does indeed exist who is to say that it did not itself evolve from a lower form of life and is simply an extremely complex and advanced lifeform? Who was it that had the quote about sufficiently advanced technology seeming as though magic to those that do not understand it?