If you really think about it, in a rhetorical, circular, big-worded, masturbatory sort of way, no one could REALLY be a “theist”. Though there are those who claim they believe in a god, everyone REALLY knows, deep down inside, that there isn’t one. Even those claiming to be merely “spiritual” know that the wonder and untold beauty of everything around us isn’t REALLY evidence of an invisible all-powerful guy. No one could REALLY believe that.
And no “theist” who claims that all religions are basically worshiping different concepts of the same god REALLY believes that, not deep down inside anyway. “Theists” are all atheists. Period. It’s an inarguable fact of rhetorical circular arguing. They all know this. Every one of them. I know they all know this because I meditate on this topic a lot. The insight I gain from doing this is never wrong. Never. I know “theists” more than any of them know themselves. Really, I do. I’m THAT smart. Thus, I get to define what “theists” REALLY believe and think because I have perfectly written rhetorical arguments proving what I’m saying is absolutely true, in a very circular masturbatory sort of way. These arguments are as reliable as any medical test you’ve ever had, and they are flawless in the masturbatory nature of their rhetoric. I do not need evidence to know I’m right about this. As a matter of fact, I NEVER bother to gather evidence or check facts about ANYTHING I ever say because it is beneath me to do so. I find it much easier to assume I’m always right about EVERYTHING I say than to waste time verifying “facts” online. It’s those who don’t see my brilliance; who think I’m a total idiot for not checking my facts before running my mouth, who are the stupid ones. Thus, when I say there are no “theists”, there are no “theists”. I know so. The fact that some people may refuse to believe me, does not make it any less true. And anyone too stupid to not see this is, well, stupid.