I'm still a strong proponent of removing Atheism as a civic and including it, instead, as a religion (as choosing to believe in nothing is still a choice among the selection of religious choices.) This will become more apparent why when the Ideas project manifests further. @DH: Such non-theist belief systems would be rather interesting to spend more time studying I'd think. Even the Hindus believe that the Brahman really isn't a deity with any given opinion and can't even really be interacted with without the Atman being the interact-able 'face' of the Brahman (thus being the God Atman-Brahman.) (True Hindus feel free to contradict me if my readings have taught me incorrectly on this in any way.) I found this outlook rather intriguing as the sum total of all that is and is not in the omniverse must really have very little in the way of 'personal' motive except perhaps to stretch the imagination further and further to find more and more to manifest.