Dear Internet Diary,
Is it possible that your unbelief in God is actually an unwillingness to submit to Him?
They just couldn't ask this question honestly. What they're really asking is, "You are lying, and you aren't an atheist at all, just a rebellious child."
As this question comes from a Christian organization, I would have to be suicidal to not "submit to Him." What wacky sado-masochists with their submitting to this Jealous and Vengeful god. "He is so big, he is so powerful! Gosh! You just don't know what he is capable of! Better be smart and bow down before him in the hopes that it will please Him and he won't kill you! Come on! I'll show you! Just bend over like this, be sure to cover your face like this..."
Anyway, to answer the question, no. It is not possible that I believe in god. I have thought about it a great deal, and there is nowhere in my brain that I am harbouring a secret belief in this ridiculous Giant Wizard that likes to kill people by manipulating nature and the universe to do things that work fine without Divine Intervention. An earthquake is very good at destroying buidings, and has never needed a giant hand to get it going.
No, it is not possible that I will believe that this Judeo-Christian God exists. The scripture says that this God is all-good. It also says that this god will toy with some scary demon action-figures it made and cause them, at the "end of all things," to cruelly slaughter everyone on earth through disease, poisoning, burning, ripping apart, stabbing, and crushing. Then this God will call what he does to his toys "war," which is ridiculous, because we already know it could never be any kind of fair fight. He will take his toys and throw them in the fire like the crazy neighbor kid that blows up his GI Joes. Since I am intelligent enough to know that contradictions don't exist, I can say that I do not believe in this god, as well as positively avowing that I know for a fact it does not exist.
If that doesn't answer the question, there's nothing more to be done. But I'm sure I'll be answering it again and again.
But thanks for listening, diary.