Victor, trust and interpersonal relations are a whole different game of believing to me.
I can fully trust someone, because I can see the merit in trust, wether it pays off or not. And I can know that either way, wether my trust was worth it or not. The end result is something I could deal with in any situation.
However, believing a faith, a religion. A -lifestyle-. That is something I can't and will never do.
I am an atheist, but I am not incapable of believing/trusting another person.
Atheism is not about rejecting all beliefs. Atheism is about questioning all beliefs and not following any with blind faith. I can't be sure there's absolutely no form of higher power, diety or God present. But that doesn't mean I have to believe in it.
I do however find big bang theory the most plausible theory I've thusfar learned off. I would still not follow that theory. Rather, I would try to put it to the test in any way possible. If such a test was possible. In the end, I don't follow anything any religion, I keep an open mind and align myself closest to the most rational theory I can find, without selling myself to it completely.