Hi. Let me explain myself and what I'd like to point out. I am 18 years old, and have been raised in an extremely religious (Christian) family. My father is a preacher, my uncle an evanglist, my mom teaches Sunday school, ect. However, I no longer believe. I now relize that religion is nothing more than a delusion and that it is better to think rationally and admit it when we (as a species) do not understand something than say "God did it". I have felt this was for about a year and a half. Unfortunately, I think religion might have permanently affected my thinking. I still at times feel a powerful urge to pray, such as before sleeping and eating, and after doing something that I was taught not was sin. Christians are taught to "pray without ceasing". I grew up learning that I should always talk to God. The fear of hellfire continuously runs through my mind. I at times even feel the need to return to religion, but that's not logical. I believe religion is addictive, especially when taught to a child. I was raised to believe the bible without question. I feel guilt for rejecting these beliefs that were so deeply ingrained in me. I'm telling you this because I think it might give you a better understanding of how religion affects a person's mind.
Also, I have not revealed my atheism to my family, and have no plan of doing so in the near future. In the meantime, I still run the sound equipment at my church. My parents are now raising my brother (I have 2 other siblings, but that is not relevant), who they say is exactly like I was at his age (5) in the same manner I was raised. I feel terrible that I am expected to participate in what is frankly brainwashing. But, I am in a dificult situation, and if you mention this message in any video, I'd like to remain anonymous.
On your page, you have links to whywontgodhealaputees.com and godisimaginary.com. If you have any affiliation with these particular websites, I would like to thank you, because they helped me become aware of my delusion, along with countless youtube videos. Ironically, the videos posted by Christians probably had the most impact toward my conversion because I relized how flawed their arguments were.
Best wishes my fellow human being, as we go on our paths and try to understand the truth of this amazing universe.