I can't help but notice the similarities between your belief system [atheism] and that of some fundamentallist religious groups.
Really? You find my dismissal of something for which there is no evidence to be similar to their acceptance of something for which there is no evidence. Curious.
I can only conclude that you either lack the intellectual capacity to understand what I've said...
Petty insults and tu quoque fallacies don't have much of an impact on me.
Curious that you chose to ignore the fact that I laid out several different options. Also, the effect of parroting my words back at me is diminished considerably given that you obviously don't know what a tu quoque
You have spent a lot of time in accusations and asking for sources and evidence. While I think I understand your motives for this, it is not supplying the discussion with new information or moving it forward.
Perhaps after you've been debating for a while, you will understand that asking for evidence in support of a contention is a rather standard practice. My motives in doing so were to find out if there was any factual basis for the claims you made. When you failed to supply any the only reasonable conclusion is that you had none. In making it apparent that you have no support for some of your claims, I am in fact adding information to the discussion. Perhaps you might even realize it someday.
As I said in a previous post, I have been finding it unproductive of late.
Nobody's holding a gun to your head.
I'm going to assume that you are satisfied that I responded to all of your "points" from your failure to identify any that I haven't responded to, particularly since I asked you to identify them.
For we know that our patchwork heritage is a strength, not a weakness. We are a nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus -- and non-believers. -- Barack Obama
We see monsters where science shows us windmills. -- Phat