Many religionists of a more conservative/traditionalist bent strongly believe that Christians are inspired by God while atheists, agnostics, and other non-traditionalists are inspired by Satan. However, such thinking is pure illogical hyperbole. Christians are influenced by their own perspective and particular morality and outlook. There are Christians who are not independent thinkers but based their thinking by what their family and religious authorities teach. Many do not do any analysis as to whether their respective religions are logical in scope. Even their concept of God is not their own but implanted by family members and religious authorities.
Many such religionists strongly aver that atheists, agnostics, and other non-traditionalists are "inspired" by Satan because in their minds, anyone who does not believe in God, believe in the Devil. They contend that according to their respective religious teachings, that atheists, agnostics, and other non-traditionalists are in error, sinners, and need to be saved from their erroneous ways. They refuse to understand that each person is on his/her own particular spiritual path which may or may not involve God. However, such religionists maintain that those who do not believe in God and traditional religion are doomed if they do not change.
Atheists, agnostics, and other non-traditionalists do not believe in religion. While atheist do not believe in God, agnostics are unsure if there is a God or not. Non-traditionalists may or may not believe in God. If non-traditionalists believe in God, they do not believe in a God prescribed by traditional religionists. To say that Satan influences atheists, agnostics, and non-traditionalists is pure illogical and nonsensical conjecture by the more conservative/traditionalist religionists who tend to view issues of God, morality, and religion in strict dichotomies. Nothing is further from the truth. There are evil Christians while there are good atheists, agnostics, and other non-traditionalists.