Talk:Sarah Michelle Gellar

someone with an account should change the part about her religion. The source cited indicates simply that she is not religious, it neither covers non-belief or belief in a god. I have also seen a quote in which she says she believes in an "idea of a god." Idea of an x strongly indicates absence in belief of x or active disbelief in x. Try idea of a karma, idea of true love, etc. You know like parallel lines (representative of a useful concept without that thing actually existing in objective reality). I've actually seen my atheist friends respond I believe jesus exists as an idea.

P.S. I'm not saying that she's conclusively atheist. The main point is the source provided doesn't cover theism.