I'd like you to answer these questions in the comments.
1. Is there a god? Multiple? What led you to your answer? What religion would you say fits your views?
2. Is morality objective (actions can be bad or good, and there can be no argument as to which is which) or subjective (the morality of an action is dependent on the viewpoint of the observer, no matter whether they are a bystander or directly involved in the action's consequences)? For what reason?
3. Does life inherently have meaning, or do humans have to give life meaning? If life does inherently have meaning, what is it? Why?
4. Is the soul separate from the mind? If yes, how? Please, do be as detailed as you possibly can for this one.
5. What changes about the world if intelligent design (a deity, perhaps not even one we've dreamed up yet, created our universe) is true or false, all other things being equal?
To be more clear about question 5, if you believe a god does exist and did create the universe, imagine a universe where the god doesn't exist, and the universe simply executed the Big Bang by random chance, but everything inside the universe is still exactly the same, including your life up until the moment you're typing your comment up. If you don't believe a god exists, reverse the thought experiment - imagine the same universe, but god made it instead of random chance. What is actually different in this second universe, aside from the obvious? You've already answered in question 1 whether you think a god exists or not, so no need to repeat yourself.
Please answer honestly. I'd like to respond and have some discussions about it. For my own answers, look here: You need to login to view this link