I dont describe myself directly as an Atheist, I describe myself as open minded and logical, if I was alive a thousand years ago I might believe in a God because at the time it might have been the logical thing to believe but now its quite clear there is no supreme power , there is no heaven and there is no hell. Im just wondering how many of you out there are just agnostic, open minded people like me rather then just Atheists because of a different reason.

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Comment by Brandin Ian MacDougall on June 28, 2010 at 5:00pm
Telch Grogan, I am Atheist, there is evidence to support atheism.
Comment by Brandin Ian MacDougall on May 5, 2010 at 2:40pm
Different reasons could range from having bad expierences or just because you want to be a rebel, not saying either of these are the case just wondering what the case is.

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