I’ve talked about this level of agreement here several times and challenged believers to disagree. They never do.
That is because it is factual, our agreements are almost 100%. Yet, atheists still appear to believers as the enemy.
There have been, so far as we know, thousands of gods humans have worshiped in their 200,000 years. Both Christians and atheists would agree that nearly everyone of those gods was a product of the human mind. That is, both see those gods as not independent or sovereign of the mind, but coming from it exclusively.
Both agree those hundreds of gods worshiped today by non Christians exist only in the minds of those faithful to those gods. These would include the many gods of Hinduism and paganism.
Atheists and Christians, then, disagree on the concept of only one god, the Christian God. Atheists think of it just as the others, a product that exists in the human mind.
Rather than praise the rational and consistent logic of the atheist, the Christian becomes angry. He becomes angry in exactly the same way those who worship other gods are angry at atheists within their own societies. Our world has this peculiar set of alliances, Christians and atheists agreeing on the non existence of other gods and Christians and other religions aliened against atheists.
The solution seems obvious. Worshipers of each god worship as they please but not pass judgment on other gods or on atheists.
For some reason, the worship of gods requires condemnation, even death, of skeptics.