Oh, I am not sure about that answer. I was just having a bit of fun with posting the song. I thought it was clever and silly, when parodied against the “original” song by comedian Adam Sandler.
I think all people have the capability of being nutters, religion (or atheism) aside. I think humanism is a positive focus and force for good and I wish more people would become involved. I also believe all people should adhere to positive morality in their day-to-day lives whether they are atheist, agnostic, or religious. (I’m surprised at the number of “religous” people who aren’t moral at all, despite what they supposedly believe.)
I am personally agnostic - it’s just the way I am. My husband is a straight-out atheist, and seems to think that some day I will “come around” and “admit” to being an atheist, but it doesn’t feel right to me. I trust my own feelings on this, and I am comfortable and true to myself being agnostic.
I suppose I haven’t explored the psychological differences, if any, between agnostics and atheists, in order to be able to truly answer your question.