Do not try to drag me into your name changing nonsensical arguments.<quoted text>Did you change your name curious?
So you're convinced us atheists just
Don't help others like believers do? We who convinced you? You post propaganda here all the time, so I can see where you get your beliefs. And I say you have been tricked. It is an age old tactic of religion and politics.
I have better things to do.
My opinion is that nonbelievers do not have the capacity and do not share a common belief that would allow them to work as a group
in order to help their fellow man.
I believe that is obvious by the facr that many in your religion
seek companionship by attending Christian services where they have a sense of belonging.
They know that within the Christian Community they have a support group they can call on on in times of need.
Those support groups are based on Christian Principles.
Atheists have no such Principles on which support groups could rally around.
Unbelievers rallying cry consists of the false assumption that there is no God and that is all you can offer them.
That false rallying cry is not conducive to having an effective Faith based group to deal with problems that we all have to deal with on a daily basis.