Please don't be offended by this but you should be able to deal with the conclusions one can draw about purpose and meaning if there is no God, if we are just a cosmic accident on an infinistesimal speck in the brute, impersonal universe, the product of time plus chance and blind irrationality.
Does atheism drive one ultimately to the conclusion life has no meaning?
What did Camus, Nietzsche, and Sartre say?
Atheists argue that they don't need an imaginary god to have real purpose.
But what is their basis for purpose, hope and meaning? Can they justify this belief with any confidence? or is it the same wishful thinking a child has waiting for Santa to arrive?
The atheist delusion
Theologian John Haught explains why science and God are not at odds, why Mike Huckabee worries him, and why Richard Dawkins and other "new atheists" are ignorant about religion.
By Steve Paulson
But why can't you have hope if you don't believe in God?
You can have hope. But the question is, can you justify the hope? I don't have any objection to the idea that atheists can be good and morally upright
people. But we need a worldview that is capable of justifying the confidence that we place in our minds, in truth, in goodness, in beauty. I argue that an
atheistic worldview is not capable of justifying that confidence. Some sort of theological framework can justify our trust in meaning, in goodness, in reason.
Read the whole article. This is a fundamental issue for atheists and you should be able to address this.
Not tring to offend or insult just challenge.