There are a couple of things that struck me about this argument.
First, Kim seems to have a very set idea of what atheists are. He sets up a scarecrow (or straw man, but I like calling them scarecrows). To him we are another religion, and it takes more faith to not believe. This is patently absurd. It takes no faith to not believe. I feel my argument above adequately points out that absurdity. He also attempts to use the 'faith' semantic booby trap, which is very easily torn apart. However he fails to recognize what he is doing even after I point it out. To him, I still have 'faith'. It's ignorant and condescending. You don't get to define my beliefs, or what they mean, for me. You may believe in a god and religion, but that doesn't mean everyone has to. A worldview does not have to be religious by default.
Next, Kim seems to think I'm going to let him get away with saying both of our beliefs may be equally irrational. I'm not a polite or accommodating atheist. I don't play well with others when they claim their hocus pocus is perfectly rational, but science is dogmatic. I don't allow people to be willfully ignorant of the evidence, and then tell me I got the answer wrong. I admit science isn't perfect, but it has a system to add new information and get rid of incorrect information. Religion sticks to its dogma.
Finally, At the end of the discussion he accuses me of using the same tactics that he does, i.e. dogma. This is a common tactic I have seen when theists argue with me. Let's accuse atheists of being just like us! It doesn't work, and it's not true. I go with the evidence, and if it's refuted I will be happy to change opinions. With his creationism it is clear that no evidence will change his mind. That is dogmatic. It irks me so that they don't have a clear grasp of what evolution is, but say it's wrong. Read a fucking biology book! Learn what the theory actually states!
My reason for posting this is to show that there are still people who can't wrap their minds around atheism. It's impossible for them to get that I am a non-believer. So they make things up, misrepresent facts, and refuse to listen, instead choosing to tell me what my atheism is. I don't tell theists what there religion is, I let them tell me what they believe. I have no problems with most theists, but I do have problems with people who look down on me and attempt to tell me what my beliefs are. I have problems with people who choose to ignore and distort evidence because it doesn't fit in their world view.
So ya, that was the argument I got in today. (Notice how I didn't touch on abortion. That is whole new can of worms). It was much fun!
(Sorry about the break in the argument. Nothing was omitted or edited, I just had issues with copy/paste)
This is the part of the argument that took place after my post here.