This is the title of a recent opinion piece in Australia’s Punch, found here. It rightly notes that both theists and atheists lack sufficient scientific evidence to prove or disprove the existence of a god, to the satisfaction of all concerned. And it rightly chides both theists and atheists for acting as though we do have such evidence. But it wrongly concludes that therefore we should remain agnostic.
In 1 Corinthians Paul strenuously insists that a god who provides acceptable proof of his worth to all concerned is not the God of Jesus Christ. God is not attained by sages who nod in agreement that he has sufficiently proven himself. Rather he makes himself known through the testimony of the cruciform – a testimony about resurrection.