That begs the question. A logical fallacy. The very initial question is, whether a writer is intelligent, faithful, and honest. We are not obliged to take as the gospel truth everyone's thoughts ever written on paper since the beginning of time. In your frame of mind, you might just as well take the writings on Ancient Egyptian Gods, as just as 'intelligent faithful and honest' as the Christian Scripture. Maybe that's why you put 'none' in your religion. Although even that refutes your argument, for if the Christian apostles (and the Ancient Egyptians), were intelligent, faithful and honest, then you are not rationally allowed to be an atheist.