It is much more reasonable to believe that a modern Bible had no printer than to believe that there is no God. Who in his right mind would ever believe that no one compiled it's pages, no one produced the graphic art, and no one printed it. The publication happened by chance . . . from nothing. There was no paper, no ink, no cardboard, and no glue. The paper just came into being (from nothing), then trimmed itself into perfectly straight edges. All the words fell into place, forming coherent sentences, and then the graphic art appeared. The pages fell into numerical order, and finally, the book bound itself.
The fact that there was a printer is axiomatic (self-evident), so it would be intellectually insulting to even begin to argue for the case of the printer's existence. For the same reason, the Bible does not enter into the case for God's existence. It simply begins by stating. "In the beginning God. . . "