John Cleese - "For me, the great problem growing up in England was that I had a very narrow concept of what God can be, and it was damn close to an old man with a beard [...] God was treated like this powerful, erratic, rather punitive father who has to be pacified and praised. You know, flattered [...] I really did expect a golden haze to descend gently on my shoulders. Eventually, I switched out of disappointment to atheism."
No god... no problem. Humans are for the most part born good. We don't need gods to tell us how to be good.
Atheism, Religion, Christianity, God is Imaginary, Death, Heaven, Faith, Science, Education, School, Religious Freedom, Freedom of Religion, Freedom from Religion, Separation of Church and State, Jesus, Neil deGrasse Tyson. ...So perhaps your breadth and depth of comments are misplaced here, and that you should be looking for an argumentative atheist with whom to have this conversation.