I'm neither. A-theist = no-god (a belief that God doesn't exist; or a lack of belief in God). Anti-theist = opposition-of-god.
There is a clear difference between,
* A belief that God does not exist, and
* A lack of belief that God exists.
The first is certain about the nonexistence of God; the second remains uncertain. Some atheists say they are one, but act as if they are the other.
I know I'm not a physical body. I'm an immortal spirit who has a Homo sapiens body. I've been outside of this physical shell and seen the world without the use of physical instrumentalities (eyes). I've experienced extraordinary miracles (not just the accidental, ordinary kind). Both of these prove creation and spirituality. A physical cog or accident cannot create such things.
The universe EXISTS, therefore God IS.
Physical objects do not create themselves, no matter how smart Hawking is. Gravity is a physical force. Something had to put it here. But God is ultimate source. Source doesn't need an external source.
One atheist made a point that miracles could happen given enough time and enough observers. As the the population of Earth increases, more accidents occur which could be seen as "miraculous." Well, this is interesting and seems perfectly valid for "accidental" (ordinary) miracles, but this cannot explain the "walking on water" caliber of miracle -- the extraordinary variety that transcends physical law. No amount of accident can allow someone to walk on liquid water of great depth without sinking. Only spiritual faith (perfect confidence, untainted by doubt) can accomplish this. Such is an act of creation. I've experienced this on numerous occasions.
Skeptics don't realize that if they attempt to study such a phenomenon, they are adding the wrong ingredients to such an experiment. It's like having a scientist study flame and other scientists come in an piss on the experiment. Besides being insulting, such an act is incredibly dumb, but scientists don't realize they're doing this. What is this erroneous extra ingredient? Skepticism itself! Skepticism contains the very potent bias of "doubt." Doubt plus faith are incompatible! That's why Peter walked on water on the Sea of Galilee for only a few seconds -- until doubt returned.