I'm not being coy. Or maybe I am, but it's with what I think is good intent. I'll say this much: One of the analyses I had at the crux of my conclusions was, "If I was placed on the planet without prior religious training or knowledge, after making a reasoned investigation of the options around the world, what would I believe, if anything?" It allowed me to step outside my biases (nine years of presecondary Catholic education, altar boy service, religion class every school day, devout Catholics on one side of the family, and about 14 million interactions with clergy within and without church services, and even teaching a Sunday school class for one term). I'm comfortable with my belief status. In fact, a lot more comfortable than when I was immersed in religion and when I was going through the questioning phase.