I realize I am walking a rather semantically or logically fine line line here but unlike using or not using tobacco where one must be one or the other but not both I could be an ignostic which is a third alternative to the god problem.
Ignostic is not a third alternative, rather it is implicitly atheistic since it goes without saying that one cannot believe an incoherent proposition. Logically, there can be no alternative to a mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive question. One either believes in a God or doesn't. One either smokes tobacco products or doesn't. It's super simple stuff.
I am fine with of all of the above and others too.
At last, a claim that beggars belief even more than the claim of an omnimax god. All of the above contain unverified or unverifiable claims that could be accurately regarded as superstitious. Most indoctrinate children with these beliefs and threaten eternal punishment (or alternatively, actual punishment) if these beliefs are challenged or rejected. Some endorse pseudoscience, especially creationists. Some literally believe in magic. Scientology essentially scams people out of their money. UFO religions include the infamous Heaven's Gate cult. Don't think I really need to spell out what's wrong there. And jihadists seek to overthrow secular governments, establish brutal theocracies, and kill non-muslims. And you're fine with all of them, apparently. I doubt it. I seriously, seriously doubt it.
The only one(s) I am against is/are the one(s) that physically attack me with intent to do me bodily harm.
You and I need to have a long talk about what the word all means, apparently. ><
Well, it's a start. So jihadists are out, then. And fringe groups within a couple of the others, potentially.
How about causing bodily harm to others? (either from malice or neglect through denial of medical care) How about non-bodily harm? How about depriving others of their rights? How about childhood indoctrination?
Why do I get the feeling that your above position will not withstand scrutiny?
I suppose I should amend my last statement to read "...that some people...."
Even so, I doubt very much your statement is actually true of anyone here. Like I said before, Christianity is focused on more because people are more likely to have more firsthand experience with Christians.