I’m puzzled a bit by the statement “There is no evidence for the existence for God”.
The statement could be meaningful and true.
Or, it could be meaningful and false.
Or, not meaningful, in which case it is neither true nor false.
What is the meaning of the word “God” in the statement? Can the statement be meaningful if the word God is meaningless?
Let’s say that we agree on a meaning for God. What would be considered evidence for God’s existence?
I think that discussions about the existence of God are futile unless the participants in the discussion agree on the meaning of the word “God”. And, there are many meanings and qualities that are attributed to that word, so it’s not easy to get agreement.
When discussing God with someone, a key question is: What does the word “God” mean to you? The more specific the answer, the more fruitful the discussion can be. Also, “How did you arrive at your meaning of the word ‘God’?”
FWIW, I don’t have a coherent definition to offer.
And, there’s still the question of the nature of evidence …