This actually brought a smile to my face
Christians for some reason think that they own the market on ideas and freedom of speech. They love to proselytize their silly superstitions to the rest of the world and expect those like myself who are unconvinced to remain silent about the matter. On the other hand when we do speak up we are accused of evangelizing for atheism. The biggest problem with this accusation is that atheism is not a religion. I take this accusation personally and I find it rather insulting because by me creating this blog that was not my intent. I think that my experience with Christianity as all other former theists who are now atheists is quite unique and sharing it with others gives me great pleasure.
beliefs and worship: people's beliefs and opinions concerning the existence, nature, and worship of a deity or deities, and divine involvement in the universe and human life
system: an institutionalized or personal system of beliefs and practices relating to the divine
The very idea of this man coming back from the dead 2,000 plus years ago to take his followers to heaven while the rest of the world gets condemned to an eternal torment in hell is borderline insane. Somehow Christians find this idea rational because they have bought into their fairy tales entirely based on faith. Faith as everyone knows requires no evidence for belief, and their feeble attempts to validate the scriptures from an evidential standpoint turned out to be an exercise in futility.
Unlike believers atheists are not bound by religious beliefs and laws as outlined in the scriptures. The word sin being defined as an offense against God is utterly ridiculous and nonsensical outside of a religious context. Atheists have various opinions and are best defined as true freethinkers. If as a theists you formulated a list of ten questions you would ask ten atheists, I guarantee that you would not hear the same answer twice. We all have diversified views about religion, politics, evolution, abiogenesis, etc.
We do not worship science but have great respect for science and scientific endeavors. Regardless of some theists disdain for science, it is because of science that I am communicating my ideas and experiences to the world from this laptop. It is because of science that we no longer run around trying to cast out demons from epileptics. It is because of science that we have made so many technological and medical advances in this day and age.
We have no churches, dogmas, doctrines or bibles to share. I speak about atheism openly because I think that it is a more rational position to take. I've been on both sides of the fence myself and take great pride in my ability to have freed my mind of the hold of the traditional myths and superstitions that permeate my culture and society. It's high time that people see religion for what it is; a silly superstition and nothing more!