I have been to church services many times since being atheist. The reasons vary. Many times it is due to family or friends asking me to come with them. I often oblige for politeness.<quoted text>
Do not fret over your son's unbelief. He still has time.
If he fails to realize the error of his ways,we can hope that his chidren will break the curse of unbelief.
BTW your self serving statements make you appear even more foolish.
We know that an unbeliever does not attend a religious service out of curiosity.
It is very likely that the unbeliever is there looking for answers to the BS he /she has been fed by Atheists.
Possibly,the unbeliever has read the studies that have concluded that unbelievers have a higher rate of mental and emotional problems,are more likely to abuse drugs and alcohol and more likely to commit suicide.
Knowing that unbelief is the cause of those problems,they are probably looking to save their families from such a fate...
After all,if one really loves their family,you really want the best for them
Interesting how your speculation for our motives is actually also due to a curiosity, and yet you do not even know it.
And why would an atheist fret over our offsprings lack of belief? That had zero logic.
If you consistently make contradictory statements, why would we think you have the correct beliefs?