- The United States Constitution prevents legislation that would get any song banned. Sure, atheists might boycott overtly religious music, but get it banned? How? The claim is ridiculous on its face, and even if some atheist or group of atheists tried, it would be legal folly. Expensive legal folly.
- They're assuming that atheists would care about Carrie Underwood's music. I don't think I've heard a single Carrie Underwood song. She doesn't sing in a genre where I'd have the opportunity to listen to her. What is it, country? Atheists who listen to country have to be used to religious themes by now; they've been part of country music for as long as I can remember.
- There are so many music choices out there, no one need be bothered by a single song by a single artist, ever. Unless the music industry decided collectively to only produce religious music, atheists have and will always have plenty of opportunity to listen to music without religious themes. Radio stations limit what they play, so this song might get a lot of attention on certain stations, but no atheists need be subjected to religious music against their will.
I don't even have to ask if people are stupid enough to believe that atheists would be angry--as if atheists all think with one mind and speak with one voice--at a religious song, because I know they are. If they weren't, this nonsense wouldn't be all over Facebook, Twitter, conservative blogs, and fake news sites.
Just stop it, idiots. We don't give a shit. I don't know the lyrics, I haven't looked it up, and it's doubtful I'll ever hear the song.