I have mentioned this before. However, it bares repeating. Atheism is a neutral position. As such it does not require a logical argument to reach it. It is the starting point. Something either is, or it is not. Belief is, or it is not. If you hold no belief in a god or gods, your are by default, an atheist. If someone wants to convince you of something, they must supply the argument for it. Atheism is the logical position until one feels that enough evidence is presented to support moving from that position. An individual holding the neutral position need not give reasons for not accepting the arguments presented. They simply need to state that it is not sufficiently presented. This is not to say that one cannot state why the arguments presented do not hold merit. It is simply to say that explaination is not required to stay put.
There are many “canned” apologetic arguments. All of which are designed to place the individual holding the neutral position in the defense position. This approach is not intellectually honest. It attempts to trick the individual holding the neutral position into thinking that their position is invalid because they can not defend it. Therein lies the deception. You can not prove a negative. You cannot argue that something is not. This is why the burden of proof is always on the positive argument. Don’t allow someone to try to falsely, and dishonestly, turn the tables.