I know, I know, I know more than most people who've lived in the whole of history...<quoted text>
Which type of logic did you employ to determine your position on religion?
inductive reasoning, abductive reasoning, or deductive reasoning?
And don't you think the absolute atheist (gnostic atheist) is on just as shaky ground as the devout believer in god (gnostic theist)?
In other words, you seem pretty sure of yourself. How do you know?
It's very easy to debunk the God of religions and please note that I don't employ the infantile approach of celebrated atheists like Dawkins, Hitchens, P Z, Krauss or Aron Ra who keep demanding evidence of this God. That's their only point.
My approach in debunking God is very different and more hard hitting and besides no believer can ever fool me about scriptural claims of paranormal phenomena since I am directly exposed to these and know exactly the subtle mind-matter mechanism at work and what the results should be.
I can easily defeat religious types in a debate and besides I can also easily destroy most of the arguments of atheists in a debate though however atheists are on firmer ground than theists.
Detailed explanation, some other time.
Even right now as I am typing this piece I am in the middle of a minor yogic experience involving a brain state of a higher frequency with all its attendant signs like light, sound, expansion of the nerves, descent of the higher frequency brain EM energy into the spinal nerves, a certain opening up of sensory faculties etc.