You're athiest HS. You either do believe or you don't. Finding some beliefs and others appealing means nothing if you aren't commited.
I meant to say that, by the not entirely broad definition I entertain about atheism, I don't consider myself to be that, since the not-so-broad definition implies that you really know stuff about the other religions and are opposed to them/their statements/beliefs. This is different from say a Nihilist and an Agnosticist, the former does not believe in anything at all and is not fussed about the matter at all, the latter admits he cannot know whether there is a God or not, and prefers to keep it at that.
I don't really fit in in any of those things - like I said before I don't do atheist-non atheist debates anymore and I don't feel there's a right or wrong/black or white -- just a lot of grey, and I'm comfortable with that. It's kind of hard to explain, but I think we all know that -- even if you do adhere to a specific denomination.
No, it makes him exactly what he got 100 in: Unitarian Universalist.
I guess that kind of fits, then. I kind of relate to that description.