How can non-belief have dogma? Dogma is a belief held to be a central point of a belief system. Atheism consists of nothing more than a disbelief in a supreme being. Does non-belief in Santa also generate dogma?The dogma of atheism is tyrannical and unjust in all of its social ramifications. People embrace this religion because they attempt to rationalize their perversions and lack of a definable moral basis. It is their immorality, which guides their immersion in a world view justifying their immorality. It is atheism, which tells them they are animal and unworthy of redemption... in fact, atheism would prefer to get rid of the word redemption, along with about 1/3 of the words in any given human language. For instance, mention "sacred" to one of them and watch them lose composure.
I don't feel that I am "unworthy of redemption". You are the one who feels 'unworthy', as religion has taught you that you are tainted with 'sin' and need to be redeemed. I do find the word redemption quite useful, though. It is what I do with empty soda cans. In fact, I've never heard any atheist advocating getting rid of any words, although getting religious sentiments off the currency would be more inclusive. I doubt you've ever heard anyone advocate getting rid of words, either. I guess once you've gone for the big lie about there being an invisible guy in the sky, little lies like that just don't bother you so much anymore.