Schellenberg has much to say about the nature of God and very little to say about human nature. Indeed, his picture of human nature presumed in his argument as far as I can tell is a very commonsensical one, but still a false one in light of cog. psy. When a correct picture of human nature is produced, we see that just because 'apparent' non-resistant belief is reported and observed, it turns out that that appearance is far from the reality. This ends up providing an undercutting defeater to divine hiddenness that doesn't require anyone to say that atheists are really theists, or anything silly like that. It is important to emphasize that this data from cog. sci. isn't a theistic or atheistic issue, it is an issue of human nature and thus confronts all human beings everywhere at every time so Schellenberg's different kinds of 'apparent' non-resistant belief won't do him any good here. The following is taken from Matt McCormick's blogsite (www. provingthenegative) and is not used in the manner that I intend here since Matt is not talking about divine hiddenness directly though I find the connection obvious.