Not trying to discredit, but I will certainly note the bias. Since it is pretty much how every atheist feels, it still seems appropriate.<quoted text>
Replace "how atheists feel" with "what scientists have determined based on evidence" and you've got a factual statement. You'll note the complete lack of the words "atheist" or "atheism" in the Wikipedia article you quoted, so you'd do well to not insert it for them (especially when it appears as though you'd use the label simply to discredit a well thought out and well supported hypothesis). I'm not saying that almost all atheists don't SHARE that opinion with scientists, because they do, but there is no reason to label something in that manner.
Also, I have not seen a response to my previous post. Did you miss it or did I?
Yes, offensive hyperbole has never been used to restrict the rights of a group of people before. You're cutting a new path. Yawn.
Yes. Science, the one thing that never comes to a conclusion without any evidence for it, will clearly point to the convoluted and self serving idea of "intelligent design" by some being that we have no evidence of, no method of interaction for, and no consistent concept of instead of a simple, proven theory that is entirely based in observed evidence and tested processes. Sounds legit.
Let me guess: you don't know any scientists, but you "know" that they're all conspiring to remove God from the world so that they can live like immoral Heathens, right?
I thought I answered everything. I'm getting asked a lot of things and trying to respond to all makes it look like I'm monopolizing the thread, which is not intentional. If I missed it, I'm sorry. I know I responded to one of yours today. Hopefully that was the one you are talking about.