There are a number of different topics I have been thinking about as of late. I've been moderately involved with the two "alternative" religious related student groups on my campus over the last couple of years: Atheists and Pagans.
The Atheist club includes free-thinkers and does not limit itself to classifications of who might be a "true" atheist and how they display that to the public. The Pagan club is an alliance of "alternative" religions, though there is a focus on earth-based nature type worship.
I was raised LDS christian, which I rejected or at least regarded with strong skepticism very early on. At my earliest convenience [college], I left. I don't know if there was some queer aspect of my identity that made me disbelieve or my scholarly personality that maintained my reluctance. Either way, I was done with all religion for a while. All religion.
Now I'm trying to determine whether I am an atheist outright...or just open to the pieces of truth that might exist in a number of different locations.
Right now I identify as pantheist...with a focus on the figurative worship of science, logic, and rationality.
I actually await the day that we are able to accept and wholly "worship" the sciences that make our lives so great.