There is lots of evidence that the Bible is scientifically and historically inaccurate.
The "morality" of religion has a strong tendency to negatively impact the lives of atheists.
Self-identification regarding life philosophy can be confusing for outsiders.
Some secular music exists for non-religious songsters.
Asking an atheist "Will I go to hell if I..." is absurd.
On what basis should a person believe in this "entitled" God who fails to do as he promises via the Bible?
Belief in an afterlife has caused much misery and harm for human life on earth.
With so many galaxies to maintain, how can "God" also keep track of every baby sparrow, not to mention counting the hairs on my head?
The question is beside the point. Practicalities behind the reasons claimed for Jesus' death are the discrepancies of logic that I couldn't live with.
Christians like to argue that they have the numbers on their side to prove the veracity of their beliefs. I was taught that "Truth is never popular."