Self-identified atheism makes up only 3% of the population in the United States (wiki). In Europe, 7% are Atheists and 16% are Agnostic (wiki).
It may surprise believers to learn that there are different forms of Atheism, and that Atheists fight among themselves. Christians, get out your popcorn and enjoy as David Mitchell is challenged by an Atheist!
So a couple questions after you watch the video...
Q1: Do you share Mitchell's criticism of gnostic atheists?
When I see religious people argue with atheists, the arguments go nowhere, often because the gnosticism/atheism distinction isn't clear. That is, atheists are often perceived as gnostic, or 'strong', atheists, when in fact in my experience very few are. Similarly, atheists assume theists must be gnostic, when they may not necessarily be.
Q2: How theistic/gnostic about Jesus are you?
How many 'strong' atheists are there? How many are 'weak' Christians? Let's take the personal, Christian God as the particular God in question. Sorry, Hindus, Muslims, FSM and other believers - you might be labeled atheist for this one.
God: Jesus Christ