I'd like to know that if atheist and theist have nothing to do with religion, then why do you care, if we are having this discussion in the context of religion?
Because this site is about the discussion of 'God', the Christian deity. Discussions extend beyond that and theism and atheism often come into play.
However, our little discussion here? Nothing to do with religion. You said you are NEITHER an atheist or a theist. So you've made a positive statement here, but you've not really justifified it and I am looking for that justification. All of your answers are incredibly vague and have a certain mysticism. You've said you're an atheist but could be a theist in 10 minutes, without an actual explanation this isn't an answer. It doesn't explain how you can neither be an atheist nor a theist, it's actually contraditory because what you're essentially saying is your belief changes and is inconsistent, that's not being neither of the two, it's being one some of the time and the other the rest of the time.
It comes down to something very simple:
You made a positive statement.
I am looking for justification to understand it.
You claimed to be neither atheist or theist.
I've given all my backup as to why that's not possible. The logic, you pretty much agree with.
You shift the goalpost by trying to make the question irrelevent or not of importance.
I try to get you to give a straight answer on your paradox. It's relevent because we're talking about it, it's important because you made the statement.
You now say you'll say atheist but may change in 10 minutes.
This is another positive statement, again without any clarification or justification. Like all your previous statements it is met with a mystical tone and a general vagueness.
How does your non theism/atheism position work? How do you manage to consistently change your beliefs in what is seemingly at random. You chose to use the words "It all depends on if I want
to leave out an extra letter", implying you're choosing your beliefs. But this does not explain how you can be neither when it's just you're either based on choice? Why is it based on choice? This is a very peculiar stance, if explained it would make conversing with you a lot easier. We are on a discussion board after all, if we can't understand what you're on about, then how are we going to find a common ground for discussing these kinds of topics?