In the aforementioned study, Wink and Scott found that moderately religious people fear death the most.
The historical record of collective atheism is thus 182,716 times worse on an annual basis than Christianity’s worst and most infamous misdeed, the Spanish Inquisition.
) Why an atheist or agnostic would believe that a dead person could come back to life seems entirely contrary to their worldview.
(Study, Austin Institute for the Study of Family and Culture: Do people still believe in life after death?
) In addition, there are atheists who have a fear of Hell (see: Atheism and the fear of Hell).
Most atheists likely live in East Asia (see: Asian atheism). In Cambodia, the vast majority of the population adheres to a nontheistic form of Buddhism called the Theravada school of Buddhism.