OK. Now. Well you do practice a religion. You may not want the title of being religious, but what you say do not trump LAW. In this United States, Atheism/Secular Humanism, is a Religion.<quoted text>
Trifecta1, I keep trying to communicate (my problem). Atheists don't believe anything (related to a deity). It is a non-belief. There is no inherent belief to being an atheist. As some of the speakers on Theism and Atheism say, everyone, including you, are atheists towards most gods, but Christians, Muslims, and Jews believe in one of the many gods, so they are not atheistic towards that god (or they do not have no belief in that god).
We don't BELIEVE that God doesn't exist; we just don't have a belief that God exists. We haven't been shown any reason to believe in an existence of something that there is no evidence of. Likely most, if not all, atheists would become theists if a god was proved to exist (would be kind of foolish not to, as they would otherwise show they are not well educated).
Atheists today are taking the most rational position based on lack of any evidence, not having a belief in a deity. They don't have to justify that, because there is nothing to show they are wrong. Believers in a God have to justify their belief, if they want to be taken seriously, because there is no evidence, so far, to show they are right.
U.S. Supreme Court
TORCASO v. WATKINS, 367 U.S. 488 (1961)
367 U.S. 488
"[ Footnote 11 ] Among religions in this country which do not teach what would generally be considered a belief in the existence of God are Buddhism, Taoism, Ethical Culture, Secular Humanism and others. See Washington Ethical Society v. District of Columbia, 101 U.S. App. D.C. 371, 249 F.2d 127; Fellowship of Humanity v. County of Alameda, 153 Cal. App. 2d 673, 315 P.2d 394; II Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences 293; 4 Encyclopaedia Britannica (1957 ed.) 325-327; 21 id., at 797; Archer, Faiths Men Live By (2d ed. revised by Purinton), 120-138, 254-313; 1961 World Almanac 695, 712; Year Book of American Churches for 1961, at 29, 47."
TORCASO v. WATKINS, CLERK.
APPEAL FROM THE COURT OF APPEALS OF MARYLAND.
Argued April 24, 1961.
Decided June 19, 1961.
So you can write until you full up a library, you can't refute the Law. And the Law states you have a religion. You only left Christianity to go into another religion. A religion that is way more farcical absurd and ridiculous IMO.
And you do believe everything came from naught.
I know it's not convenient for you to discuss your religion when the elephant of how this universe and the life came to be hangs over you like a menacing dark cloud, but it's not going away. You chose your religion.
Science does not have the ability to make non life into life-Fact.
There are no plausible theory or hypothesis to explain this universe
Even your Big Bang theory is under tremendous pressure and more or less have been refuted:
Those are the [facts] of your religion. And until you straighten out your facts, you will be laughed at and ridiculed for believing such a load of Crap that is secular humanism.
You're lucky, at least I just laugh at you. The Muslim would laugh at you, then kill you.
And I don't have to justify ANYTHING to you. Show me a law somewhere that says I have to justify my beliefs in Jesus Christ to you? There is none. You don't believe, that is on [you].
I not care what you believe. But don't try and claim what is cool and hip in saying "No God". But then run away from the logical conclusion of that claim oy!lol!. You can't justify your religion, because frankly it is infantile gullibility and unending stupidity. But that's [you].