I have a better question how can you be sure there is no santa claus?
I am sure. I stayed awake all Christmas Eve one year. I had a plan in mind. We were going to have a sled jacking that year. Think about it, a sled that flies, an endless bag of toys, and a master key to enter every house in the land... This was going to be fun. That **** sucker didn't show up. I ate the cookies that I'd laid out as bait and went to bed, disappointed.
Santa is a historical figure but without flying reindeers of course
There is no way to prove or disprove the existence of an all powerful being who wishes to remain outside of human perception. Anyone who says otherwise is guessing or making baseless assumptions.
Sure there is.... For starters you can take the words "all powerful." That is a contradiction. Clearly there are things that even an incredibly powerful being simply could not do. Could he kill himself? Could he bring himself back to life? If he can do one did he truly accomplish the other....
Secondly, if something exists outside the ability to perceive it does it really even exist? Certainly there are things we cannot perceive YET, but given an infinite amount of time a way could be found to perceive anything. Even if you believe god doesn't wish to be perceived it's entirely possible that we could change it's mind.
More importantly, if this god doesn't want to be perceived what would even give you the foggiest idea it was a thing in the first place?
What other random concepts do people invent off the top of their heads do you admit the potential existence of without evidence?