I'm ardently against religion. I hate the idea of accepting something on true faith (so many people have conveniently redefined it as believing something with evidence, which it isn't). It's a part of my life and you'd probably have to hear me talk about it from time to time (although not too often).
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I'm a Christian, however, I never push my views onto other people or judge others for believing different things. Personally, I don't care what other people believe, I have my religion because of my own personal experiences and of course I don't expect everyone else to be a believer.
That being said, I don't think I would date someome who put down my religion or constantly tried to change my views and push their atheism onto me. I don't push my views on others and I would expect the same in return from someone I'm dating. Don't get me wrong, I have no issues having atheist friends or even dating an atheist as long as they would be respectful of my religion and again, as long as they didn't try to shove atheism down my throat.
So, I think it depends on those factors. The atheism itself wouldn't be an issue. However if you were disrespectful, rude, or forceful in voicing your views to me, that would be a major turn-off and I would not be interested in dating someone like that. Like I said, I typically keep my religious views to myself and I never try to "convert" others or force my views onto others so I would want that same level of courtesy and respectfulness in return from someone I'm dating.2