So far my conclusions is that atheism and agnosticism are self-contradictory for the following reasons:
Atheism and agnosticism are dependent on presuppositions that cannot be accounted for by atheism itself. These are presuppositions about the existence of the laws of logic, truth and knowledge, the validity of our cognitive faculties, the existence of values and morality, and more.
Theism, on the other hand, can easily account for these presuppositions in that God has created us with knowledge of them, and of inborn knowledge of Himself.
Atheists have to borrow all the above presuppositions to argue for atheism, and to even function in the world. This is evidence that no one can live as an atheist. Atheists actually live as if atheism is false, and theism true. Therefore, atheists do not exist. At least atheism must be redefined as being a person who knows that God exists, but denies this for some personal reasons.
Since atheism is self-contradictory, it is impossible. Claiming to be an atheist is like claiming to be a married bachelor, or like denying oxygen while breathing it to make the claim.
I shall be glad and open-minded towards any argument against my position.
Ajit Krishna Dasa