I have tried to support the atheist community since 2002. After taking a couple of years to research the problem, I tried to incorporate solutions to problems that atheists face today. Unfortunately, even though my conclusions are sound, the applications for the solutions have failed miserably. Of course, that sent me in another research direction: Why are atheists of unlike minds? After studying the problem, I have discovered that being an atheist isn't enough. One has to deny the value system that is supported by the religions if those values aren't universal. In other words, denying the belief in a deity doesn't amount to much if you still follow the belief system's values. This is especially true for cultural and political fundamentalists that do not have a belief in a god such as conservatives. The truly scary part of this is that most atheists don't understand the difference between being an atheist and being an atheist that doesn't follow the value system created by the various religions. In reality, we have the same mixture of varying beliefs among atheists as we do among theists. Doesn't it seem that if one follows the non universal value system of a religion but calls themselves an atheist...isn't that bigotry?