Hilarious. Apparently Atheist parents have difficulty in having their kids follow their no god views as adults.
Do kids raised without religion actively seek it out and convert all that often? As it turns out, yes. The most recent data on this that I’ve come across comes from Pew’s 2008 Religious Landscape Survey, which finds that only 46 percent of people who are raised religiously unaffiliated (which includes atheists, agnostics, and those who say they’re “nothing in particular”) remain unaffiliated as adults. By contrast, 68 percent of Catholics and 52 percent of Protestant stay with their childhood religion, and only 14 percent and 13 percent (respectively) stop subscribing to any religion at all:
Go here to read the rest. What is an atheist parent to do? You preach to them that there is no God incessantly. Take them every Sunday to atheist get togethers. Give them The God Delusion and God is Not Great for bedtime reading. File lawsuits to make certain that they are not infected with God Talk at their public schools. You do all that and then they go whoring after God once they leave the parental nest. It is enough to break an atheist parent’s heart!