Problem with that is, mate, is that you won't find me making a claim that god does not exist.
I am not offering evidence of absence, but as long as there is absence of evidence, with me the god- claim doesn't fly.
You might have a claim to prove, I don't. Easy as that.
Why do you not? Does a person not justify their own belief?
I don't know how absence of evidence justifies a claim when even in a debate both sides have support that is positive to their own claim.
For example, why are we not perfect?
If there was a God what characteristics would that God have and would that God not want us to be perfect?
I am sure the struggle and division in life may be presented in a way to question not just character but used to justify doubt. And this is just me thinking about an example.
Why would there or should there not be some support to make that doesn't rely on an opposing party?
I have watched debates on other topics and there seems to be some support that doesn't just criticise the other side (though this is understandable and necessary). support that is even separate from the opposing side at times.