That is some giant BS right there.<quoted text> When one decides in their mind that there is no God their mind immediately switches over to a "Survival of the Fittest" mindset just as animals have. The world becomes a "kill or be killed" world to them, and just like in the Movie quote from "Lord of the Rings" which is "There is only one Lord of the Ring and he does not share power", they must then fear their god who is Death, and everyone of them that believe this way have but a short time in their minds, and for this they are miserable, and misery loves company. I pray they see the outcome of their decision before he that walks about as a roaring lion devours them.(1 Peter 5:8)
When I was a kid I assumed there was a god. Everyone said there was, so I just assumed it was true. When I was a teenager I actually looked for this deity a few times, thought I found it once. I was all about Jesus for a year or two. But it faded over time and I came to understand that the ideas I'd been taught just weren't very compelling.
That is how my skepticism lead to my atheism. I didn't switch to an animal mode..I am an animal and so are you. I'm the same person I've always been. Its just that now I have less fear of death. Being a Christian was terrifying to me. All that fire and brimstone, the incredible pressure to hate gays, the constant need to judge the private lives of other people, the thought that the Bible, though obviously not true, has to be true, etc.
For a thinking person, being a Christian is a nightmare. A ton of baggage. Just let that sh*t go and be a decent human being that will one day die. Have fun and love a lot while you're here. And tell no lies.