Perhaps one of the most ignorant things an atheist can say is “there is no evidence for the existence for God“. It is ignorant on almost every level – historical, philosophical, scientific, and personal. There are in fact multiple lines of evidence for God, from the organization of the universe and the information systems and machinery present in living systems, to the universal nature of the spirituality of humans and human moral knowledge, to sound philosophical arguments for God, to the consistent and progressive revelation of Scripture, to the historical record and reactions to the Resurrection of Christ, to the instrumental role Christian belief has played in the foundation of Western culture, and to the consistent transformation of billions of lives throughout history. These lines of evidence are internally consistent, and consistent with what we would expect if indeed Christianity were true.
So an atheist may legitimately question whether those evidences are sufficient for their purposes (their purposes being to be atheistic) and they may dispute the validity or veracity of any particular line of evidence, but if they are the least bit serious they cannot say there is ‘no’ evidence for God.
Anyone who says so should be taken no more seriously than someone who says there is no evidence for the existence of atoms or Abraham Lincoln.