Sorry but most Christians have a sincere compassion to help atheists to salvation, most of the atheists here are expressing hate!
How very interesting. See, as an atheist, it's not clear to me that I NEED salvation. According to the Christian hypothesis, I need to be saved from the wrath of a God who, knowing that his creation did not possess the ability to determine right from wrong (more on this in a bit). punishes them, and every other person, forever, for eating a piece of fruit. And then, for thousands of years, the supreme overlord of the universe struggled to keep his creation in line, with constant death threats, plagues, and the wanton destruction of all life on earth, except what a 600 year old drunk guy could fit in his barge. Well, not surprisingly, not long after this, the one family that God personally chose to be his progeny for all mankind, continues to fall into wickedness again. So in order to correct this state that God alone is responsible for, he decides that the only way to address this problem is to have an innocent man tortured and murdered, and that by the blood of the innocent, our sinful nature, which is the result of God's lack of oversight and poor planning (some intelligent design) can be redeemed.
That's one hell of a plan. Have you ever read 1984? It's been a long time since I have read it, but let me summarize very briefly the plot. Winston Smith, an employee at the Ministry of Information (if I remember correctly) is bummed about his existence. He is constantly watched by Big Brother, and constantly admonished to love Big Brother. Any thing that Big Brother says or does is by definition good, because duh! it's Big Brother saying it. But, you must also fear Big Brother at the same time as you love him, because if you don't love him enough, you will disappear. Those who question Big Brother are removed from all knowledge and history. It's as if they never were. Smith realizes that this is a cruel, oppressive, awful system and joins other like minded people who in secret plot against Big Brother. Smith is eventually captured, tortured, and indoctrinated until, at the very last moment before his death, he accepts that he loves Big Brother.
What I have just described is no different from the relationship one is expected to have with God.
Now, back to right and wrong. Why would God want people who are not able to tell the difference between right and wrong? Because such people would not be able to question whether or not God's orders are good or evil. In fact, most Christians do not believe that God is subject to such qualifications. God can do what he wants and it is inherently right. When God orders Saul to "Now go and smite Amalek, and utterly destroy all that they have, and spare them not; but slay both man and woman, infant and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and ass." (1 Samuel 15:3) it is only because Saul does not question whether or not this is a right action. Nope, if God commands the death of innocent children, then rejoice in the word of the Lord, right? And when Saul does demonstrates compassion (admittedly only to Agag and the livestock, but still more than the infinitely loving God God demonstrates) Saul is remonstrated and disowned by God. Remember, this is the God who specifically orders the deaths of newborn infants.
It is inherently clear to me that, if if the human species does need salvation, it is a need to be liberated from this hateful, violent superstitious rubbish known as religion. And after all, you as a Christian are commanded by Jesus himself: "If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple. " (Luke 14:26). Don't tell me that is a metaphor. Don't tell me that's not supposed to be taken literally. You either believe in this garbage or you don't, and I submit that it is ONLY
to the extent that you do NOT behave like one of God's followers, as appears in His biography, that you consider yourself a morally normal, decent, compassionate human being. If you don't think slavery and genocide are good things, then congratulations, it is to the extent that you disagree with God
that you are a part of a civilized world.