Interesting... Some of these questions seem to indeed have answers. Perfect, as it were, answers, that when heard invoke the "aha" response:
#3. Could God make a stone to heavy for Him to lift?--- (Yes, but it pops reality so we could never, ever know it for long, long time away) Emproph's elaboration says it all and nothing.
4) Is Science a Religion?--(Are There any Alters? Do they dress in robes, burn and chop freaky things? Does it have its own language? Produce miracles? Compete with other religions? Is it a crutch, do you use it to get things, does it give you hope? Have a Savior? Heal. Scare you? Tell you what to do. To Make. To believe. Say. Question. Where the question marks went.)
#7. Aren't you free only to choose what God knows you'll do anyway?--------[So?.. duhh....who cares?) Enough said for here.
#10. Is Atheism the longest leap of faith?---( Yes.There is no where to land.)
#12. What would you ask God? (What do you most want me to know?)... If you ponder the question, you find alot of chances to waste an opprotunity by asking what you really kind of know... Kudos to SchoolBoi. It is the justifiable question with a question. "What am I missing? " or rather a careful, less open ended rewording, "what should I ask you?"