No. Modern scientific atheists make no religious statements, except to point out that Christianity has failed to prove its absurd philosophical claims. Christian theology depends on Aristotle's absurd philosophical assertion that personal mental experiences are the basis of reality -- an error first explained by Rene Descartes in 1641, who was among the first* to correctly explain that objective physical matter exists independently of human mental processes. Descartes was also the first to correctly explain that subjective mental experiences are unreal abstractions created within each person's living brain. This intellectual breakthrough legitimized the systematic study of the physical realm now known as Science and laid the foundation for the progress of the Industrial Revolution. Meanwhile, Christianity has continued to propagate its ancient philosophical nonsense. The truth is that educated people have been careful to distinguish between objective physical reality and subjective mental experiences for at least 377 years, while Christians have continued to wallow in the absurd superstitions of our ignorant ancestors.
* Actually, Galileo Galilei was the first to use physical experiments to prove that matter behaves independently of human perception and published his finding in 1633 -- which Isaac Newton later read (in Latin) while a student at Trinity College, Cambridge.