I was a Comparative Religion major in college. I studied and compared world religions in an anthropological, analytical sort of way. No matter what your faith is, it is not right or wrong, whether that be atheist, pagan, Catholic, Christian, Buddhist, Muslim or so forth. I personally tend to think that atheists are a bit short-sighted to not think that there is something much greater than them governing the universe, yet I can understand why someone may not believe in a "God". After all, to believe in a God, or many Gods, is to think there is a higher mind, which is illogical. How can our minds fathom that there is a higher being in charge of all of us, the constellations and planets? It is unfathomable. Yet our small minds cannot imagine or stretch to the infinite. Space is infinite, and we have yet to know much. My late uncle was an astrophysicist who worked at MIT. Well, he taught me yet again there is so much we do not yet know.
What is beyond space? If space if infinite, what exists beyond? And if there is no God, then how in the world did this universe, our planetary ecosystem, and multiple universes beyond ours become so perfected in motion? Why is it that every single religion since the beginning of time speak of Angels? And what about the miracles described in the Holy Bible? Were those real or fabricated? These are questions I have, to which I have no answers.