This is about your claim on this thread that atheists often don't know what the bible says,
Actually, this point is irrelevant. There are atheists in cultures not dominated by the bible. Would we say to them that they don't know the bible? Doesn't matter. The atheists on this board happen to know the bible, but perhaps there are Egyptian atheists who know the Koran. Would we treat them as ignorant because they don't know the bible? Silly point. People of all religions have dismissed the majority of gods. Nobody complains that they have not read a particular book about particular gods. It is not necessary to know the bible to be an informed atheist. However, when taking the time to pick such a book apart, there is much to point to that shows there is no evidence for this particular god, and, that this particular god is portrayed as something very different than it's followers want to admit.
Conclusions that there is no evidence for gods can come indepedent of any religious belief.
Christians often don't know what the Koran says. They often don't know what the Book of Mormon says. They often don't know what the Satanic bible says. They often don't know the Zodiac signs and the attributes that go with them. Christians don't have a corner market on the gods, and their particular book is not an authority that all must understand to be taken seriously. But for some reason, they think they have a point in saying (in this case, wrongly) that Atheists don't know what is in the bible.
It actually doesn't matter what is in the bible, because we have concluded there is no evidence that the source that inspired it exists.