As an extra, you do not have proof god does not exist. Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.
I honestly have no idea what that last sentence is meant to be about. On the off chance that it's the usual 'you can't ask someone to prove something doesn't exist' then that's outright wrong. The only way you can say something is definitely the case is to disprove all other possibilities.
You see, you are asking me to proof something which can not be because there is no evidence at all that it does.
You prove to me that he does exist.