The moment you sprinkle your comments with" I would imagine's, maybes,if this were true leads one to believe you are voicing your opinion,not to be confused with facts.<quoted text>
1)Why do Atheists have highest rates of suicide?
If that is true, I would imagine it would be because they look at death differently than theists.
2)Why are 25% of Atheist families attending religious services?
Maybe, sense of community, tradition, or because they really want to be open minded and give their children a chance to learn about religion. I bet their are several folks in any congregation that are atheist or agnostic. The keep up appearance so they don't hurt family or loved ones or they just have not figured out how to break ties to a community that has held such a big place in their lives.
3) Why are 70% of children raised by unbelievers converting to believers when they reach adulthood.
This article explains it a little better:
"Where did that 30% number come from? When the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life conducted its massive U.S. Religious Landscape Survey, only 432 people surveyed said they were raised as atheists — a very low number. Of that batch, only 131 of them still considered themselves to be atheists. That’s 30%.
But where did the rest of the people raised as atheists go? According to a Georgetown University (Catholic) research blog,“Of those raised as Atheists, 30% are now affiliated with a Protestant denomination, 10% are Catholic, 2% are Jewish, 1% are Mormon, and 1% are Pagan.” Also, 20% became Agnostics or “Unaffiliated.”
What I believe is that Atheists are finding an empty space which Atheism is unable to fill and are looking for real answers to life's problems...