I am only pointing out some of the tone or attitude that is being communicated..
That might be the way some people feel, but the majority of non-believers don't believe because the story makes no sense.
And you can't just say, "it's all in the bible" because the bible's credibility is derived from the same story that makes no sense.
When I used to go to church regularly, I used to ask questions that got the standard "textbook" bible verse answers. Then I started asking deeper questions and started getting answers like, "you just need to be prayerful and then god will show you his plan"
What kind of fortune cookie nonsense is that? I'm actively looking for a reason to believe this stuff and the good lord has his out-of-office reply on?
If salvation is dependent on some entity who's ego is so fragile that it has to be constantly stroked by everyone
on the planet, yet he doesn't ever have the time to answer a couple of simple questions, then yeah, there are going to be a lot of people burning in the afterlife.
But like I said, I don't believe the story. That's why non-believers don't believe.