1.Why are you atheist ?
This has a long answer. But I will give the short version. I see no evidence to suggest that any deities exist.
2.How are you became atheist ?
I became an atheist when I was quite young. To be honest, I wasn't a very strong Christian, I believed in it because I was told it was true. When I questioned it, I found some strange things. I was probably 9 or 10 when I questioned it. I didn't take the label 'atheist' until about age 12 or 13...simply because I didn't know the term. I went through a period of strong dislike for Christianity. Interestingly, the definition I use for 'atheism' is the one a Christian taught me, my form tutor at school was a strong Christian, but he was very open and very good about his beliefs. He was one Christian who kinda led me to think, "well, maybe I'm being a bit hard on Christians", but I really thought Christians were screwed up. It had me looking at things from the other side. Probably about age 14 I was a lot more tolerant.
3.Where are you from ?
A town just outside of Cambridge in the UK.
4.How old are you ?
24 at the end of this month.
5.Do you believe in the afterlife (some atheist than I know believe to the afterlife) ? If no , can you explain why ?
No. For the same reason I listed for being an atheist, there's not enough evidence to support it. However, there was a time when I was an atheist and believed in the afterlife, I believed in some form of reincarnation, but since then I realised that my belief was baseless.
6.Did you read all the Bible ? If you read all the bible what biblical canon (catholic , orthodox , protestant etc...) ?
No. I have read a lot of what's in the bible. Often I will also rely on what different Christians claim. Normally I will look through Bibles like the Kings James Version, but if need be, I will look at multiple translations. There's also things I was taught as kid growing up about the bible from Christians and as part of a curriculum.
7.Did you read all the Quran ? (Yes I know that for Muslims if you read a translation you don't read the Koran).
No. In fact, I know very little of the Quran. I don't get in many discussions about Islam, nor is it something I've grown up with, so I've had very little reason to.
8.Did you read an other religious text ? If yes what is it or what are they ?
Yes. The Dhammapada, one of the Buddhists texts. I've got it on my shelf.
9.What are yours hobbies ?
Writing, reading, programming, 3D art, Karate (though I haven't done it for a while), cycling, listening to metal and going to metal concerts & festivals, heck I go to a festival every year.
10.Can you define the goal of the life ?
The goal of anybody's life is defined by the individual and it is subject to change. Well, I guess those who aren't free don't define their goals, but rather have them defined by others.
11.Sometimes do you think ? I will go in Hell if god does exist.
No. People have told me that I will, but I don't think it's worth thinking about. There's too many possibilities for what supposedly 'happens' after death, that Judeo-Christian ideas don't worry me, sure they are ripe within the society I grew up in, but I discarded such thoughts when I stopped believing, perhaps not straight away, but then of course there is that transition period.
12.Sometimes do you think that God does exist maybe ?
I accept the possibility, simply because I do not rule out any possibilities, no matter how remote. It doesn't mean I give them credibility. I feel that the probability for the existen of God, with all the assumptions required for His existence, I would suggest the probability is so low, that I don't think it's worth me considering that perhaps he exists. For me, it suggests the alternative is more likely. Some versions of God being less likely than others. As far as I am concerned, God is equal to any fictional character, except He's got a large number of people who believe in his existence. So, one might ask, "why do you accept the possibility of the existence of God, but not Spongebob" to which I respond, "I accept the possibility of the existence of Spongebob, because I am unable to falsify the claim, however, based on what I understand of the world and of Spongebob, it's highly unlikely he exists". If he either are shown to exist, of course, it will be a huge shock on my understanding of reality. I don't mean to highlight Spongebob as mockery, but it should give an idea of how fictional any deities are to me.
13.What do you think about people who believe in monotheistic religions ?
Depends on the person. I don't like to generalise about people, everybody is their own person. On the basis of monotheism itself? I just think they're welcome to it, I think what they believe is baseless, but 'monotheism' on its own, it doesn't bother me.
14.What do you think about people who believe in polytheistic religions ?
I feel no different about polytheists than I do about monotheists.
15.What do you think about people who believe in a religion where there are not god(s) ?
Like Buddhism? Depends on the person and their beliefs. For example not all Buddhists are peace loving and gentle. Whilst I am non-religious, I am in fact a philosophical Buddhist, hence I've got a copy of the Dammapada on my shelf. Not all types of Buddhis, require a deity and not all forms require religious belief. I am sure there are other atheistic religions, however, I am not familiar with others. I'll consider the individuals and the beliefs they follow. I accept it's possible to be religious and an atheist.
16.Do you have an interest about philosophy to have answers about the life ? Can you explain why ?
I don't seek philosophy for answers in life, perhaps I once did, but I find the arguments interesting and I do relate to some philosophy, I find it as a topic to be interesting, hence I studied it for my A-Levels and as a topic it's great with critical thinking skills. There's something I agree with, some I don't, but I think it's healthy to learn what others think and and under other thought processes and arguments for logic.
17.Do you fear to dead ? (I speak in a metaphysical context and about your friends , family etc...).
I don't actively fear death, but if placed in a life threatening situation, including with my friends and family, then I do fear it. I don't want to lose my life, I like living and I also love my friends and family and would never want to lose them. But I also accept it's a natural part of life, it's horrible, but with loss, I cope by having fond memories of the person I've lost.
18.Do you like your life ? If you like your life , why do you like your life. If you don't like your life I would like to know the reason.
Yes and no. There's many aspects I like, I enjoy my hobbies, I enjoy being with the people I care about and there have been many great experiences I've had living and I know I will go onto experience more. The aspects I don't like, I don't like the fact my friends live 2 hours away, I don't like my job and I don't like that life can throw you some downers and there's sometimes shit you have to deal with. I don't like many aspects of the reality we live in, some of the harsh cruelties, whilst I don't really experience them first hand. The issues with my life, they're always something to improve upon and things that can be changed.
19.Do you dream to live in a world where there are not place for the religions ? If yes or no explain please.
No. I would much rather live in a world without cruelty. I see religion being responsible for a lot of cruelty, but there are many decent religious folks and many who do work towards something good. To be honest, I would much rather ally with good people and hate the bad things in the world than to think of religion as some kind of evil corrupt force that must be eradicated. I think eradicating religion may help with some problems, but on the whole, I don't think it'll do much good.
20.Do you think that politic is like religion ? Explain why this is not equal or not.
To a degree. It's often a controversial topic and political and religious leaders use their idealistic views in attempt to control the masses, some may act for the masses. There are those with great speeches and those who lie and bullshit from their teeth and hypocrites. But this is looking at organised religion and politics. Religion and politics as subject, no, I would say they're different. Religion is about a super natural higher order governing the universe, whereas politics is about governing a society. At least with government, you know leaders exist and they can be replaced if they aren't doing right by the masses.