This is partially the god of the gaps argument. You are saying because we don't fully understand something, we must believe in the most fantastical explanation, instead of relying on simpler more obvious arguments. It's like saying, I don't know how my refrigerator cools stuff, so I am going to believe there is a pixie inside who blows fairy dust on everything to keep things cool. A gap in knowledge doesn't open the avenue for something that doesn't have a shred of evidence to begin with. If you sneeze you assume you a) have an allergy b) coming down with a cold. You don't make the leap to Ebola. It's a question of evidence, what we have now and what we can make of it. If tomorrow some credible hint appears as to the existence of an all powerful entity, I will add that possibility to my list of plausible things. There are things in this world that are objectively wrong. Not a matter of perspective. Pain that is real and tangible, not a figment of our imagination. A 6 year old is raped. Is that a matter of perspective? Or is it an absolute wrong? Is her pain in her mind or real? If this is a video game and your god lets 6 year olds be brutally raped until their internals are torn to shreds, just so he can test our 'fortitude' and we can 'level up' in this game, then your god is evil! I cannot believe in such a god.