Atheism isn't a faith - it a lack of belief in god.An atheist, by definition, has no strongly held convictions (not in the legal sense, but the moral).
Well, with one exception, their faith in there being no God. God is a matter of faith in either direction, as God can neither be proven or disproven empirically...thus the "faith" aspect of both positions.
But beyond this, the logical outcome of atheism is that is there is no right or wrong, no better or worse.
Following this, the true atheist position would be to have no position on anything, even on their belief in a lack of God, as it doesn't matter - no right or wrong, remember? No better or worse, remember?
The true atheist position is to ignore everything that does not interfere with their biological comfort, or initiate biological pain.
To the true atheist, nothing should matter beyond this...not even convincing people of their position. And I think most of them realize this to one degree or another, as I always sense a certain 'uneasiness' in their writings on the subject.
An atheist on an atheistic jihad is simply an annoying person, unfirm in their so-called atheistic 'convictions.'
Poor creationists like you need to redefine atheism because you cannot actually attack it.
Meanwhile you continue to lie about god being real, while presenting no evidence.