The bible states that god thinks he is the only god which would make him an atheist. Based on that, why would theists believe that god sends atheists to hell when they are more like him than theists are?
Atheism is the rejection of the notion of the existance of any and all deities. The fact that God believes he is the only one does not make him an atheist, but a monotheist.
I have to ask. Are you saying atheists think they are gods? That's what I get from the OP.
Are you implying that God doesn't believe in himself? I liked it better when you were a hippo.
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