Whatís up with your sidekick or as the earlier post stated Jr.
You don't do well responding to the context of a posted reply, do you? As to your lame attempts at derrogatory remarks; there is no "sidekick" or "Jr." here - there are two separate members of FC who have been successfully challenging your fundie nonsense.
Falc, I shared an argument not my belief so make no assumption.
Your "argument" consisted of making irrational assertions which had no substantiation and stemmed from your religious beliefs. No assumptions were made as this is based upon your own posted words, (making assumptions unneccessry).
I expressed a simply reasoning that is viewed differently in your eyes and probably Jr's also.
Your remarks were not consistant with "reasoning"; simple or otherwise. They were merely baseless religious opinions and were challenged as such. Apparently, you prefer to continue using illogic and nonreasoning instead of refutations using the alternatives. So be it.
In certain religions such as Christian and Islam the atheist is seen as the opposition, to sum it up;
One that serves Satan simply because there's no middle there's either one or the other.
Since I'm neither xtian nor islamic, the skewed views of these 'religions' do not apply to actual facts. The cognizant fact in this context is that atheists neither serve nor worship "satan" or any "gods", 'archangels' or stuffed animals.
Disbelief - is to reject a belief, why?
Thos question has already been addressed however, for those who are paying attention: a belief can be rejected, (disbelieved), on the basis of no evidence to support the asserted belief.
Because the individualís belief lies elsewhere
Not necessarily. It as possible to hold no unfounded 'beliefs' as it is to hold alternative unfounded beliefs. Your characterization of fallicious non-reasoning as "reasoning" is a false one.
(Something has to influence disbelief thereís no absence of belief -that's soothsaying, fallacious)
The absence of belief results from the absence of evidence to support that belief. This is termed as "disbelief", not "soothsaying", (which has a completely different meaning).
Like I shared in both Christian and Islam there's no middle it's either A or B; God or Satan.
The skewed belief systems do not apply to me since I'm neither xtian nor islamic, (as previously stated). Therefore, it is not a matter of "A or B"; option 'C' = not believing either mythology.
You likewise the atheist fall in one or the other
That is faulty 'reasoning'; atheism is not a belief and is not a subset of other beliefs - it is a rejection of those belief systems on the basis of a lack of supportive evidence for the claims made under those beliefs.
you're either hot or cold. It's pitiful to think there's a place for lukewarm.
Your critical thinking skills appear to be absent; there is of course, a range of temperatures between "hot" & "cold" which includes "lukewarm". The analogy therefore fails and with it, your arguement.