You, Sir, are not an atheist. You are an ardent theist (which is fine: you have every right to whatever belief to which you choose to adhere) who is a passionate non-religionist.
But let’s not conflate “I do not believe in what some religions do/hold/promulgate and do not believe in their version of my god” with “I do not believe in god”. They are not even closely related, let alone identical.
I cannot even begin to imagine why you would style yourself an atheist when you are so passionately connected to, and devoted to the study and examination of Jesus from a theological perspective.
He is one of those things you claim not to believe in: a god, or godhead, or son of god or some other theistic entity.
You cannot have it both ways.
I do not care which way you have it but I am disturbed that you wrote a whole book and at least one article identifying yourself and your credo totally incorrectly. Why? For shock value and book sales?
Because as a true non-atheist believer you function like every true believer rejecting whatever does not support our religious preferences?
You share the penchant for jargon (the use of words by ascribing a private meaning to them which is unlike the meaning they generally are believed to have) with globalists who use words like “sustainability” as a cover for rationalizing depopulation and forcing the human population into Agenda 21’s “transit villages” where each of us is allotted 625 square feet of living space and “re-wilding” destroys private property rights for everyone except the favored few?
Nope, sorry about that, but atheism means you do not believe in god, any god, not that you have one you like and because everyone else seems to be getting the PR about that one wrong, you believe in the god, but not what the others are saying about your particular god.