if there is a god i'm pretty sure we've either pissed it off or it just doesn't care, but either way it's hard for me to swallow the claims of any of the monotheistic religions or anything claiming divine revelation/personal relationships.
regarding religion, i'm currently interested in exploring religious functionalism - that is, the actual, structural, real-world purpose belief in a deity serves individuals who subscribe to it, serving to elevate its power (for either good or bad depending on how you use/view it.)
in the past five years i have undergone significant transformation in my belief systems, adjusting from a methodology of accepting or rejecting data based on my predetermined conclusion to building up as much data as possible, analyzing each bit objectively, and building my worldview on it, modifying it as i intake data that swings me to one direction or another, constantly pursuing it so as to build the most educated, intelligent one possible. the constantly-changing nature of this sort of thing, especially when juxtaposed against my social context of bazillions of fundamentalist christians, makes it a sort of perilous, uncomfortable existence, and i recognize that it would be much easier to reject critical thought and "just believe" as was implored to me by a friend who told me that archaeology is hocus-pocus devil's work and radiocarbon dating is faulty because it says so on answersingenesis.com... but it's not something i can do with any sort of intellectual honesty. once that crack has formed there's no gluing it back together again.
i would probably describe myself as post-theist. j.s. spong does a fine job of outlining a synthesis between the rejection of literal elements of the christian creed which cannot be accepted as individual, case-by-case isolated events with any seriousness and posits a post-theism wherein god is not something that can be believed or disbelieved any more than we can believe or disbelieve wind or love or our existence, for if god is god to the extent that godness allows then the god which an atheist disbelieves is not god at all, but a limited culturally-framed, filtered, and constructed god whose reachability is defined accordingly. if you are interested in finding a way to reconcile logical faults in structural christianity and the fact that the teachings of jesus christ have life-giving, world-changing potential and determining a way to make the best of the one in spite of the other without rejecting them both wholesale i recommend giving spong more than a cursory glance.
i have many more random thoughts but those are a few