The point is, indoctrination is not required.<quoted text>It was the man who first imagined the god he would use as a tool. Other men have followed suit creating and recreating the myth-god tools by which they held onto both power and riches.
Haven't you read the buybull? There is one incredibly telling scripture in Genesis. Man was created for one sole purpose, and that was to till the earth. The only summation possible is that some fat lazy guy needed others to get out in the fields, while he lay about sucking down the groceries.
And so a god was born, from the mind of man.
It does not really matter where you stand on the issue, indoctrination is not required.
Athiesm is not the default position, as evidenced by the multitudes who all came up with their own religion, separate from most of the others.
If you want to say at birth.......may be t4rue, maybe not, doesn't matter.
By the time a human comes to the age of reason, interaction with others results in religion, een if none existed before.
"a god was born from the mind of man'- is not indoctrination.
Atheism is not the default position of the human mind.