The conclusion that emerges from this claim is that the atheists’ position is that it cannot be held without error. As an ontological claim, atheism lacks any justification. As an epistemological claim, atheism is simply wrong. Additionally, as a personal position, it is irrational, for in the case of such doubt one should choose agnosticism, and not pretend to be decisive about the ontological reality.
But those who define themselves as atheists and not as agnostics pretend to make a truthful claim in relation to the reality of GOD, which is an unjustified pretense.
Needless to say, in this section, I did not pretend to prove the existence of GOD, and certainly not of the GOD of Israel and Judaism. I also did not rule out agnosticism as a logically valid position.
The whole purpose of this discourse is to expose the illusion of atheism, as if it were a legitimate and respectable position, and to show that, in whatever form it was presented, it failed. People may meet GOD and conclude that he exists, but no one has any justification to claim that GOD does not exist, and certainly not to attack those who are religious and believers as if their position is baseless.
We have no choice but to finish and say: Checkmate, atheists.