Here is a question I saw in the comments of another blog.
I don’t consider your belief in God to be wrong … for you. So why do you consider my lack of belief in God to be wrong for me?
Just consider the kind of mindset behind that question.
Basically the question is saying that objective reality means nothing.
Look at the question in a slightly different way. What if “belief in God” is exchanged for some other idea?
How about belief in the ability to fly? Or the ability to breathe under water? Or belief in being bullet proof?
Should someone’s belief that they can safely launch themselves from a cliff top be considered as wrong for them?
Or a belief they can remain submerged for hours without scuba gear or that they can face gunfire without suffering personal harm?
Whether someone believes in God or not makes no difference at all to the objective facts related to God’s existence.
If God exists then His creation, including mankind, is ultimately accountable to Him, regardless of whether His reality and our accountability to Him is recognised by you, me or any other individual. Therefore, if God exists, lack of belief in Him is wrong for everyone no matter what their personal preference may be.