I have done nothing of the kind. My position is that atheism is not a religion, but you'll go with my argument when everyone agrees it's a religion? That makes no sense whatsoever. I suppose it could mean that you're tacitly admitting that you're arguing that atheism is a religion simple because you want to be oppositional, and if everyone agreed with you you'd pick the other position. Would you like to clarify? I'm not cherry picking. The Supreme Court ruled that freedom of religion requires that non-belief (which includes agnosticism, by the way, even by the definition you use) be afforded the same First Amendment protections as belief. Therefore, courts use a definition of "religious" that includes non-belief. That is different than saying non-belief is religious in the way a lay person uses the word 'religious'. Well, apparently you're just some guy I heard about once upon a time, and not the person I was attempting to converse with. Unless you didn't actually post what you posted?