I too have been accused many times by the fundies in here of being an atheist. Even though I've not once laid claim to that particular standing.<quoted text>
The religies think that I'm an atheist - which is the worst possible insult in their lexicon. shrug. There might be a "god" who "wrote" the laws of physics. Was there a guy called Yahweh who created Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, manufactured the stealth flood, doted on the Jews and let loose a devil to corrupt mankind? Guffaw! Sure there was...
I might presume you mean that rational people can't get "traction" when they present you with facts and figures - and that you are proud of it. Hardly what I would describe as "open mindedness" and pretty much eradicates any productive (and honest) discussion.
Do I believe in any of the many gods, goddesses and assorted cosmic mega-beings that humans worship? Nope.
However, I'm not dumb enough to claim to all and sundry that I'm right in my beliefs and in fact, I fully accept I could be wrong and perhaps there is one or maybe more cosmic mega-beings who created our universe.
Even if that were to be the case it certainly doesn't automatically follow on that there is some other dimension to our existence where we can live out eternity.
Yet, if I'm wrong on that and there is a spiritual plane that we ascend to after we die, I refuse to believe that accessing it is dependent on choosing the correct myth from the many different fables that are out there.
So, to summarise:
No, I'm not an atheist but I'm probably about as close to one as it's possible to get without actually being one.