What this means is that the theist filling out a profile should stop and discard what they've started. Atheist Nexus is a site exclusively for non-theists. What that means is that theists should not join.
As is written on the homepage of Atheist Nexus: " The World's Largest Social Networking Site Exclusively For Nontheists!"
There are plenty of other sites to engage non-theists. Atheist Nexus is not one of them.
To iterate on this further, the worlds religions make this mistake constantly.
They for some reason or another go beyond their unifying belief in god and determine that everyone must agree 100% on what their more minor points of belief should be.
In terms of Christians, we saw this in the divide between Catholics and Protestants. A simple matter of divorce managed to divide and destroy many of their numbers. We can't fall into this petty desire for self victory. And it IS petty.
Fundamentalists of EVERY religion fall into this trap. This belief that the way they view things must be enforced on everyone else.
So what if the guy next to you doesn't see the world the way you do. You have to overcome this. There are many Atheists who don't see the world the way I do. I accept this. I'm just glad that others can unify with me on the understanding that a blind belief in god isn't for us.
I do not view the supernatural as an acceptable philosophy.
What I argue is that THIS SITE is not about judging them, but denouncing one particular part of it, and that is the notion of god itself.
You probably read into my post with little time on your hands. This is excusable, we all do it, as society leaves us with little time for anything nowadays.
I do NOT agree with the spiritualists, etc. What I am however stating is that we have too few in our ranks to exclude those who are on the fence by becoming some form of exclusionary fascist group.
If you wish to make enemies of anyone who you might read in passing as being possibly against your views, you're not doing the rest of us any favors.
We're on your side. Like it or lump it.
One thing I stand for is reason... but another is anti-fascism, and declaring to them (whether we agree with them or not) what they can or can not believe outside of the initial rational statements would only be serving segregation...
... what rational hold to the world could we possibly have if we wind up squabbling about who believes in what form of decomposition?!
(In basic terms, I don't believe in the supernatural, but I'm never going to deny someone the ability to find interest in it.)
If you hold issue with that, you have contemplations way beyond Atheism to come to terms with.