I was looking into this DVD which disproved the existence of a Christ, as I was bored, and I followed a few links to this site. None of it is anything new to me, as I've known many, many different philosophies and schools of thought on every which thing.
I am actually a pagan, which is just a summary term to describe a variety of different practices. Basically, I believe in nothing other than nature reverence and taking care of the earth, following natural law (which isn't really set of rules, but an absence of any, in a way.)
It's all very obvious, though. Of course, Christ is a remnant from pagan traditions. The Catholic church is full of pagan symbolism, to name one. Of course, God doesn't exist as such. Jesus wasn't a man or a god. That issue is really irrelevant to me.
I am not certain on one point of your way of thought, though. It would seem to be the height of banality to try to say that nothing exists in the universe outside of our senses and immediate perceptions. I am a man of science, which I believe in above all else. It is quite the opposite of nothing existing - indeed, everything exists in the universe. There is an unlimited amount of energy and space in the universe. Unlimited amount of creative power and potential. There are many dimensions, all inhabited by energy that we are still trying to classify.
No God? No Allah? No big bearded guy in the sky? No men with wings flying around in space? Undoubtedly. There is no question that such foolishness does not exist.
No anything? There is no way that is true. I think that the hatred of ridiculous religions like Christianity, blinds some to the possibilities of the universe. I hope I am not being too forward in saying so.
Anyways, that is my introduction. Thank you for having me here.