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If someone was born a Christian, but decides that God doesn't exist, Jesus was an ordinary human being, and that the Holy Spirit doesn't exist, and becomes an atheist, are they still perceived as Christians by Muslims?

Someone tweeted today

Atheists who've repeatedly insulted Christians draw a cartoon of Muhammad, so Muslims burn down churches. Go figure. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-30863159

and I wanted to know if the categories of "Christians" and "Atheists" make sense.

Related question: In Islam, is Atheism considered a religion?In Islam, is Atheism considered a religion?

If someone was born a Christian, but decides that God doesn't exist, Jesus was an ordinary human being, and that the Holy Spirit doesn't exist, and becomes an atheist, are they still perceived as Christians by Muslims?

Someone tweeted today

Atheists who've repeatedly insulted Christians draw a cartoon of Muhammad, so Muslims burn down churches. Go figure. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-30863159

and I wanted to know if the categories of "Christians" and "Atheists" make sense.

Related question: In Islam, is Atheism considered a religion?

If someone was born a Christian, but decides that God doesn't exist, Jesus was an ordinary human being, and that the Holy Spirit doesn't exist, and becomes an atheist, are they still perceived as Christians by Muslims?

Someone tweeted today

Atheists who've repeatedly insulted Christians draw a cartoon of Muhammad, so Muslims burn down churches. Go figure. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-30863159

and I wanted to know if the categories of "Christians" and "Atheists" make sense.

Related question: In Islam, is Atheism considered a religion?

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Are people who are born Christians but become atheists regarded as Christians by Muslims?

If someone was born a Christian, but decides that God doesn't exist, Jesus was an ordinary human being, and that the Holy Spirit doesn't exist, and becomes an atheist, are they still perceived as Christians by Muslims?

Someone tweeted today

Atheists who've repeatedly insulted Christians draw a cartoon of Muhammad, so Muslims burn down churches. Go figure. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-30863159

and I wanted to know if the categories of "Christians" and "Atheists" make sense.

Related question: In Islam, is Atheism considered a religion?