You are right @Julie Stewart you don't lack 'faith' in the sense that you define it but I thought I made it clear in my posts that I was talking about Biblical (Christian) faith which I don't believe atheists have. I did not mean any disrespect here and I apologize for any misunderstanding in that area. It is clear that even Ken as a fellow Christian was talking about faith in general...while I was clearly talking about Christian faith or the theological virtue of faith according to the Bible's teachings. In my opinion we all have a head full of secular knowledge. It doesn't matter if this knowledge is limited to a few areas or vast areas. Our heads are constantly filling up with the knowledge or things we see, hear, read, or are taught, etc. So there was no disrepect intended in that stated opinion of mine either. As a Christian who believes what the Bible says I cannot understand atheism. God says in the Bible that He puts the knowledge of Himself in our hearts, that the truth about Him is known instinctively. That from the time the world was created we have seen all God has made and that we can clearly see His invisible qualities...His eternal power and divine nature. So that we have no excuse for not knowing God. (Romans 1:19-20) Even when His Word says His Truth is veiled to some...it says it is because they knew the truth but chose not to believe it. My head and my heart believes this. To me to believe in God or not is a choice we make, and if someone chooses atheism then they have chosen not to believe in God, and even though there may be many reasons for their making this choice...it is in my opinion...still a choice they have made. It is your choice to make though, and although I cannot understand this choice or agree with it...I can respect your right to choose it.