Hi, Joshua. Thanks for the invitation.
And hello to you, @Patrick.
I am probably closest to #5, The Rogue:
The Rogue The rogue most likely grew up in a religious family (or came to religion at some point), conforming to the religious community and experiencing and expressing religion with sincere conviction. A combination of compelling atheist arguments and internal self-doubt led the rogue to abandon his/her religious convictions, often with a lot of hurt feelings and resentment. Rogues tend to become the most outspoken activists after having seen first-hand how much damage religion can cause.
One difference is that there aren’t a lot of hurt feelings and resentment associated with my Christian past. I mostly have fond memories of my believing days. My apostasy was intellectually driven, and the process was drawn out mostly because I wasn’t eager to leave.
For anyone who’s interested, I described my deconversion experience a while back in four comments at the Uncommon Descent blog, starting here.