As of now, I'm probably best described as an atheist. Science seems to have the best answers for everything, and that which it can't explain is no better explained by religion. Even if I were to believe in a god, it would be impossible to decide which, considering the multitude of belief systems out there. Hell, even if I subscribed totally to something like Christianity, there's no way to decide which denomination to join. There are thousands of them, sometimes with conflicting or wholly contradictory precepts. And ultimately all of them are just as baseless as the last, considering god in any concrete form refuses to enlighten them. As it stands, even if a god does exist there's no way to find out who they might be. And considering the grand scale of the Universe in comparison to our unbelievably tiny world, I doubt that a god would see anything particularly important or special about human life. Especially in light of the blind, violent processes involved in evolution. It seems obvious that god, in whatever form they may take, doesn't give a snot about animals or us. And because of that, for all intents and purposes no god exists. The only alternatives might be deism and Unitarianism (the former of which I once subscribed to), but even those aren't entirely satisfactory, and change nothing from a practical standpoint. Of course I'd be willing to alter my beliefs if proper evidence was forthcoming, but as is stands the only evidence for god is the absence of evidence from science. That just isn't good enough for me. It's the basis with which god was formed, and it's the basis with which god will die. What are your religious beliefs?