The attached addresses a comment all of us sketics have heard many times, “You must have had an abusive experience in church, that’s why you don’t believe in God.” Or, “You must have had an abusive religious home life”.
It would be equally logical for us to return with the question, “Did you have a abusive expereince in a Mosque? Is that why you are not a Muslim?”
We all tend to leap to the conclusion the default religious views of people are the same as their parents. When that does not turn out to happen, the default assumption is something went wrong.
Now, if you ask most believers if they are believers because their parents were believers, they might get angry. Most would be emphatic they came to believe through their own intellectual inquiry. For some reason, they are unable to see that nonbelievers arrive at their conclusions independently, without some abusive experience.
There is something similar in the assertion atheists “hate God”. I think there are atheists who are sick of hearing about God. The hear about God at the end of every Presidential speech. They hear about God in news coverage of someone who gets well after and accident or illness. There are lost of reasons some tire of hearing about God, but that does not mean they hate God per se.
The skeptic’s position is about truth, not hatred. The skeptic finds no evidence of a god. That is something different than hate.