I said in my previous post that I have no complete logical path to belief in God. If that makes me a hypocrite, then oh, well.
I think there is plenty of reason not to rule it out, though. I'll address that more later.
But, Todd, excuse me for saying that I find your non-arguments to be a cop-out. You won't explain your belief (and it IS a belief) except to say that nobody has proven any other belief yet.
If you're an atheist only because nobody's proven the existence of God to you, then that's not true atheism. Atheists BELIEVE that there IS NO GOD. That's a positive statement - atheists ARE making a statement, just like believers - that ought to be supportable somehow, and not just by default. Besides, atheism is considered the logical, reasoned choice. Isn't it? It's the believers who are superstitious.
I'll address my logical path (such as it is) next week. But I still think the atheists among us should be able to do the same.