I am just wondering how a Catholic would respond to the argument from nonbelief? The argument basically says that if God existed, he would have brought about a situation in which everyone believes in him.
Here is Drange’s argument from nonbelief:
If God exists, God:
a. wants all humans to believe he exists before they die;
b. can bring about a situation in which all humans believe he exists before they die;
c. does not want anything which would conflict with and be at least as important as his desire for all humans to believe he exists before they die; and
d. always acts in accordance with what he most wants.
If God exists, all humans would believe so before they die (from 1).
But not all humans believe God exists before they die.
Therefore, God does not exist (from 2 and 3).