Not at all. Atheism is a lack of belief in deities. One can be an atheist and believe in everything a theist believes, save for the deity/ies. One could be an atheist and believe in angels, for example.
Ok, yes, in a twisted, mentally unstable sense, one can have a lack of belief in deities and believe in angels, Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, and any number of imaginary beings that come from the minds of human beings. If no higher sentient mental faculty than our own exists, then just where do these "objective" morals come from? From evolution? Evolution is even subjective, in that it might have taken a completely different turn, depending on environmental pressures and conditions.
I'm not claiming that one cannot be an atheist and believe in any number of other ridiculous things. I am trying to point out the logical inconsistency between "a lack of belief in deities" and "objective morality."
You stated that you believe in subjective morality. What is your logical reason for believing in it?
See above. Atheism is a lack of belief in deities.
And this is not a point of view? Then is it the "lack of point of view"?
Keep in mind the Dawkin's scale. Some are more firm in their disbelief than others.
1. Strong theist. 100 per cent probability of God. In the words of C.G. Jung, 'I do not believe, I know.'
2. Very high probability but short of 100 per cent. De facto theist. 'I cannot know for certain, but I strongly believe in God and live my life on the assumption that he is there.'
3. Higher than 50 per cent but not very high. Technically agnostic but leaning towards theism. 'I am very uncertain, but I am inclined to believe in God.'
4. Exactly 50 per cent. Completely impartial agnostic. 'God's existence and non-existence are exactly equiprobable.'
5. Lower than 50 per cent but not very low. Technically agnostic but leaning towards atheism. 'I do not know whether God exists but I'm inclined to be skeptical.'
6. Very low probability, but short of zero. De facto atheist. 'I cannot know for certain but I think God is very improbable, and I live my life on the assumption that he is not there.'
7. Strong atheist. 'I know there is no God, with the same conviction as Jung "knows" there is one.'