Why I'm An Anti-theist Atheist

Today I want to talk about why I'm an Anti-theist Atheist. I want to point out I'm an Ex-Christian I was super dedicated for 6 years of my life to the Christian religion. I should probably start by telling you how I became atheist, then eventually Anti-theist. Well, after 6 years of dedicating my life to this religion, I started researching "Proof of God" after a while I realized there  was 0 evidence or proof of any of the gods for that matter, I then started researching the contradictions within the bible and was astonished by how many there actually are. I begin to read the Bible with a non bias point-of-view and realized how sadistic the God actually is, he condones slavery, not only is slavery okay, but it's also okay to beat that slave as long as the slave doesn't die within 2 days.
This "loving" god also ordered the genocide of women, men, and children. This same "loving" god also talks about giving up girls for rape. All Verses will be at the bottom. I'm only going to list a few because I don't want to make the post HUGE. I became Anti-theist once I realized worshipping this god is immoral and takes away logical thinking. You're supposed to throw away all proof disproving the god and go completely on faith no matter what science tells you which hurts people in the long run by making people ignorant just because their god said so this also hurts people by condoning very very immoral things. it's illogical to throw away proof and keep living in a fantasy world of made up omnipotent beings which are nothing, but MYTHS.

If you have questions or If you're a religious person who wants to Talk further regarding this topic just comment below, and I'll reply back ASAP.

Deuteronomy 22:28–29; God’s punishment for the raping of a virgin is to pay her father 50 shekels of silver and marry her for life. The rapist was seen as ruining someone else’s property, not ruining a young girl’s life. Forcing a girl to marry her rapist and have her father accept some money as compensation is disgusting.

2 Samuel 7:11; God, through Nathan, says he is going to punish David’s affair with Bathsheba by making all of David’s wives prostitutes. God making David’s wives prostitutes, despite what His own law said, is not moral.

Leviticus 26:29; God describes how he will punish people by making them eat the flesh of their own sons and daughters. Any God threatening to force people into cannibalism on their family is not moral.

Joshua 6:20–21; God helps the Israelites destroy Jericho, killing “men, women, young and old, cattle, sheep and donkeys”. C’mon. Ruthlessly murdering all the women and children in a city is not moral.

Deuteronomy 2:32–35; God has the Israelites kill everyone in Heshbon, including children. Later in chapter 3:3–7, God commands they do the same to the city of Bashan. Killing children ais notmoral, dude.

1 Numbers 31:7–18; God decides to not kill everyone this time. This time, He commands the Israelites to kill all the Midianites except the virgins, whom they will take as spoils of war. Killing everyone besides virgins and using them as sex slaves isn’t moral.

Genesis 7:21–23; God drowns the entire population of the earth (except for Noah and his family): men, women, and children, both born and unborn, because they were “evil”. I don’t know how unborn children could be evil, but whatever. Killing the entire population of earth, including innocent babies, is not moral.

Judges 11:30–39; Jephthah burns his daughter alive as a sacrificial offering for God’s favor in killing the Ammonites. Jephthah is crazy for burning his daughter alive and God is crazy for allowing it. Child sacrifice is not moral.

Deuteronomy 21:18–21; God demands we kill disobedient teenagers. Stoning disobedient children to death is not moral.

Exodus 21:20–21, Colossians 3:22–24, Ephesians 6:5, 1 Peter 2:18; God legitimizes slavery by saying it’s okay to own slaves and to beat them. Slaves are told to obey their masters just as they would obey Jesus, even if their masters are harsh. God blatantly supports slavery. Supporting slavery is not moral.