"Do you believe in santa?" That is what my little sister just asked me. Yes she is little enough to have that belief, but I'm not going to lie to her so I told her no. She responded with slight shock and asked me why to which I was a jerk and said, "because." I didn't really feel like I debating her on santa when I'm hungry so I gave her a bit of a run around.
As I walked up the stairs she asked, "Well what happens to the cookies?" I said, "What happens when you eat cookies?" We did the same thing with the milk and she asked, "Can you prove santa isn't there?"
I stopped at that and acting confused said, "Why should I do that? Can you prove the cat isn't there?" We have two cats and a kitty so I just used that as an example. She said, "Well I can look there and see a cat," one of the cats was in the room. I pointed out that I didn't see a santa so she now wants to film him christmas eve.
When I got to my room I just started laughing. Not because I just argued about santa or kitties, but because she actually used an argument theist use to "prove" god. "Can you prove santa isn't there?" The more I thought about this the more I laughed and the fact that she is going to try to film santa in my denial makes it more funny.
If this doesn't show how god is just a grown up santa I don't know what will.