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Jonathan has confirmed that he is still single and not in a relationship."While the world seems to be speculating about Jana's dating life, she previously spoke about the struggles of being single on her show "Counting On.""There have been different guys who have come along and asked, but they haven't been, I don't know, the right one," she said on her show.Let us consider other Greek-derived “a” words: Generally, as popularized by the New Atheist movement, atheists prefer the definition of “atheism” as “lacking belief in god(s)”.Thus, by applying the term “atheist” to themselves, such atheists are not technically making a statement about God’s existence or lack thereof.Early Christians were referred to as “atheists” because they did not believe in the Greek or Roman gods.Yet, while they positively affirmed the non-existence of those gods they likely believed that those gods were deceptive demons whom they did believe existed (1 Corinthians 8:4–6).