I do not label my self as anything, I suppose I could be considered an creationist, or perhaps it's just Personal Philosophys
1- How is it that one explosion made everything?
How is it irrationalization of a topic can conclude solid 'evidence' or factual information for one person to actually 'believe' as factual.
I don't personally at this moment have the collective knowledge to tell you humanities current status on factually making 'logic' or 'sense' of the 'start' of everything. However, it's also reasonable to assume there is no start.
2- How do you believe that we emerged from monkeys?
What a repulsive question. That question, shows your ignorance of how life works. Monkeys, seem pretty fucking similar to us compared to other animals in terms of many aspects that I shouldn't unknowingly state because they may be false. But I understand the concept of life changing. I believe micro life can spawn life, creatures, and possible 'intelligent' (To our perspective) beings. This of course takes into consideration life adapts to where it is to sustain it's self to 'survive' so it can possibly grow to influence it's environment more so physically so to say.
4- What is the religion you hate the most?
I 'hate' no religion, but I dislike aspects of the sociological result of it
5- What do you think of this statement
" I would rather live my life thinking there is a god and then find out there isn't, than to live my life thinking there isn't one, then find out there is"
This statement is invalid. If one believes in super natural forces acting upon reality then they will only live in an unsolvable illusion of what is and what is not. They will never understand or truly grasp the acknowledgement of 'everything'. God is not a figure or an image, god is what everything, god is beyond everything, god is less than nothing, the concept of god can change and will always change. But one thing that is for sure, God is no individual, god being used as "God is" is simply a misinterpretation of our society to religion and has became a widely accepted and understandable way of explaining "GOD" and the fact I have to resort to this is to my self disrespect towards what is the acknowledgement of our known reality. I cannot say anything conclusively but I believe our reality is finite, but that is not the case for "existence".
Also, you do not know what atheism means just as many so called atheists do not.