The Elephant will be addressed

We should understand that certain groups are better at certain things than other groups.
1. Playing pretend
Pretending not to see the illogical position of believing that a creation has no creator takes skill and lots of training; or that all the detailed designs in the world are without a designer. This denial is evidence of mastery skills in the skill of make-believe. You must be a very good to pretender to act as if everything is a product of nothing. Atheist believe there is no God. I'm not getting into the discussion of the characteristics or attributes of God. God is the creator of everything. Something created everything and mankind have been trying to understand the behavior and the personality of this Creator for thousands of years. There are many philosophical theories that are aimed towards understanding our Creator.
Atheist, who are only 3% percentage of the U.S. population pretend like they don't see the inherent irrationality of believing that nothing is responsible for everything. Although there are some that have actually convinced themselves that nothing is responsible for everything. One can only pretend for so long before they start to actually believe in a made-up story.
2. Lying about where their morality comes from
Atheists in America reject the notion that their morality stems from the Bible. When asking an atheist where does morality come from they will respond with the assertion that morality is subjective and people decide what morality is. This is basically saying that morality is derived from a voting system. Whatever most people are in favor of becomes what is moral, according to an atheist. The obvious issue with this is that just because many people are for something does not make something right. Another way atheist often respond is by saying, "I don't need a book to tell me what morality is," and they say, "People know good is good because it's good." It may be hard for an atheist to consider other cultures that don't historically have a moral code that's based on biblical teachings.  Many Americans have preconceived notions about what really happens in other countries.  There are cultures like the Thuggy culture where it is good to steal things from other people. Stealing is what the culture permits as a-good-thing. According to an atheist if enough people agree, then stealing is deemed to be good moral practice. I'm sure most atheists would not like having stuff stolen from them.
Morality is not what a culture subjectively declares to be moral. Our morality In America has largely come from the Bible. The sad part is that there are many people trying to get rid of the relevancy of the Bible in our society. If they rid the Bible of having the authority to dictate what is moral and what is not moral we are going to see more immorality, just as we are seeing with the LGBT agenda. 
3. Believing the unbelievable
Believe it or not, atheists are unbelievably very good at believing the unbelievable. This point ties in with the first one.  To believe the whole world formed stochastically, which is statistically impossible takes a lot believing power.  The Atheist concept is an irrational and an illogical position to hold. But there are many that believe in this impossibility. There is not a more extreme belief than to believe that organized-designed is a product of randomness. These are opposites.  
In respect to the fine-tuning perspective, there's no explanation outside of intelligence, not just because we're incapable but the affirmative assertion that fine tuning can happen on its own lies upon a false premise. Simply put, it takes a special kind of person to believe design come from randomness when these are opposites.

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