I saw Billy Graham say in a 1993 video that the Hebrew text says "No to God". Is that a possible translation he is described as a rebel against God's sovereignty/governance, or suggests the atheism faith -denial of God's existence?
Psa 14:1 : The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. They are corrupt, they have done abominable works; There is none that doeth good.
είπεν [2 said άφρων 1 The fool] εν in καρδία αυτού his heart, ουκ έστι There is no θεός God. διεφθάρησαν They were corrupted και and εβδελύχθησαν abhorrent εν in επιτηδεύμασιν their practices. ουκ έστι There is not ποιών one doing χρηστότητα that which is good.
לַ·מְנַצֵּ֗חַ»lam·natz·Tze·ach,»To the chief Musician לְ·דָ֫וִ֥ד»le·Da·Vid»[A Psalm] of David אָ֘מַ֤ר»'a·Mar»hath said נָבָ֣ל»na·Val»The fool בְּ֭·לִבּ·וֹ»be·lib·bo»in his heart אֵ֣ין»'ein»There אֱלֹהִ֑ים»E·lo·Him;»[There is] no God הִֽשְׁחִ֗יתוּ»hish·Chi·tu,»They are corrupt הִֽתְעִ֥יבוּ»hit·'I·vu»they have done abominable עֲלִילָ֗ה»'a·li·Lah,»works אֵ֣ין»'ein»is no עֹֽשֵׂה־»'o·seh-»[there is] none that doeth טֽוֹב׃»Tov.»good
[there is] no God; though they do not express it with their mouths, yet they would fain persuade their hearts to deny the being of God; that so having no superior to whom they are accountable, they may go on in sin with impunity; however, to consider him as altogether such an one as themselves, and to remove such perfections from him, as may render him unworthy to be regarded by them; such as omniscience, omnipresence, c. and to conceive of him as entirely negligent of and unconcerned about affairs of this lower world, having nothing to do with the government of it: and thus to deny his perfections and providence, is all one as to deny his existence, or that there is a God: accordingly the Targum paraphrases it,
"there is no שולטנא, "government" of God in the earth''
so Kimchi interprets it,
"there is no governor, nor judge in the world, to render to man according to his works;''