"God is not proud. He will have us even though we have shown that we prefer everything else to Him."
-- C.S. Lewis (1898-1963), novelist, Oxford professor, essayist, theologian and reformed atheist
CelebAtheists.com, a website presumably dedicated to legitimizing atheism through celebrity star power has, with meticulous detail, compiled an extensive list of famous individuals who do not believe in God. While names such as Lance Armstrong, humorist Dave Berry and financier Warren Buffett were a bit surprising, others such as Woody Allen, Fidel Castro, Noam Chomsky, Larry Flynt, Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Stalin, Karl Marx and Mao Zedong not only draw apathy, but are possibly the poorest exemplars for the cause of the non-Believer.
Reveling in their self-centered intellectual vanity, the atheist movement is promoted as an enlightened counterculture that offers freedom from the oppressive bully pulpit establishment, pointing to unspeakable atrocities that would not occur if any such omniscient God existed. The inexplicable good over which we have no control, of course, is either overlooked or dismissed as pure chance.
Christian oversights and misconceptions are celebrated, if not exploited, while no others are held accountable. Biblical verses taken out of their intended context are referred to as "contradictions," which has become the norm because, whether atheists confess it or not, they are truculently put off by a God that plays by His own rules instead of theirs.
Have faith in atheism at your own risk.