Again you were the one who attacked me for my statement that death is a natural thing so that being said we clearly see your level of reason.
That being verified, how is atheism a religion again?
As I have said before I am as open to the assertion of a god as I am the kraken. Do you see any reason why any supernatural god deserves more consideration than the kraken?
And again how am I hell bent on atheism? Atheism is merely not actively believing in a god. It is the reasonable default position as you have clearly said in your own words. That is kind of like saying someone is hell bent on homeostasis isn't it?
<quoted text>Ok this is actually getting really annoying.
How have I used ANY creationist talking points when I openly denounce both creationist ideas and Christianity?
Just because I am open to the idea that PERHAPS humans have got it WRONG ENTIRELY and that no religion or faith (including atheism) is correct and we just haven't coined what the correct religion is, DOES NOT MEAN I AM CREATIONIST. I am saying that we also have no proof that a God, or at least spiritual being, does not exist, and in all fairness people from every culture throughout time have at least devised some form of religion / afterlife concept which holds VERY SIMILAR THEMES in each single one. I.e bad guy devil, Good God, heaven, Hell, after lives etc.
Athiesm is a default position I agree with you, which is why 99.9% of the time I agree with you (despite your repeated insistance that you are against me). However, until we can physically revive someone from the dead and ask them about their experience, we will never know for sure whether God or any after life exists or not.
Why are you so closed to the idea that there could be SOMETHING out there. Because we don't know for sure that it is a made up assertion, and while all current religions may be incorrect or at most laughable, there isn't any reason why we shouldn't be open to the idea that there could be something.
"Show me evidence of God", EXACTLY, this is my point, we can't prove or disprove it either way, all our theories about how the universe began are either scientific or religious. The idea of a big bang if you go back a step further makes the concept hard to believe - where did the protons come from to begin with? The matter couldn't have ALWAYS been there could it?
I think you are reasonable to an extent, it would just be nice if you had a more open mind rather than hell bent on atheism.