Are you asking the question, do atheists have a different way of seeing life and the world? Do we have a different sense of humour, do we think differently?
I've not mixed or had much contact with Christian culture, but when I do, I am struck by how much euphemism they tend to use. Have you ever received a dressing down from a Christian? You're left wondering, wtf? They just won't come straight out and criticise you (or each other). Rather, you get a string of passive aggression. This is generalising I know, and maybe it's a UK thing.
One thing I notice on this site - there aren't any leaders. All very anarchistic.
I am a fan of a particular Christian web site. http://www.relevantmagazine.com/god/deeper-walk/features/26861-even... for example. It strikes me how much more willing these people are to question their beliefs than atheists are.
As an atheist I rely on myself and my own brain to get through life. But I have seen Christians do the same thing - asking "Jesus, what should I do?" It amounts to the same thing in my opinion, if it is honestly done, which it can be.
for me to answer that question I would have to speak more than one language, and I only speak English. It is intriguing, though I am more intrigued with the question of how Christians and atheists might see life differently.
Although that doesn't mean the discussion's closed. I'm listening....
Bob, you're going to have to spell it all out, if you would - Nuts and Bolts. Concisely, to save my brain from having to work too hard.