From Paul Moser's The Elusive God: Reorienting Religious Epistemology:
"Bertrand Russell (1970) anticipated his response if he were to meet God after death: 'God, you gave us insufficient evidence.' Insufficient for what? For Russell's highly questionable expectations of God? In any case, Russell's charge against God sounds blaming, to put it mildly. Russell might have considered a bit more modesty in the presence of an authoritatively and morally perfect God. In that case, a humbled Russell, unlike the actual Russell, would have asked: 'God, what purposes of yours led to your being subtle and elusive in the purposively available evidence of your reality?' It's astonishing, and regrettable too, that Russell as a self-avowed rational truth-seeker gave no indication of being aware of such a compelling and important question for a rational truth-seeker."