Again, the fact that the existence of a thing cannot be disproven is no reason to believe that it exists. This is all theists have going in their favor - that their beliefs cannot be disproven. Meanwhile, science, built on the belief that a knowable universe exists and operates according to knowable principles, has provided ample evidence in favor of its accuracy.I choose to think that there is no good-enough explanations for the "God exists" proposition on either side, to be argued for or against.
I prefer my beliefs to be built upon the foundation of evidence. However, if you're content with a worldview that forces you to shrug your shoulders and say, "I guess you have a point" to someone who tells you he believes in invisible hollow unicorns, all the more power to you, I suppose.