Please. Atheists are so sensitive. Those were only banned in Catholic schools, which no one is forced to send their kids to. Public schools banned the Chronicles of Narnia, which is conspicuously absent from this list.
Sensitive enough to mod you down, even!
For those of you who still don't understand what should be moderated troll or flamebait:
A troll is someone who intentionally misrepresents a viewpoint while claiming to hold that viewpoint, in order to draw a reaction against it. I.E. "Like all good conservatives, I think a woman's place is in the kitchen, barefoot and pregnant." Another example of a troll is the "Thank you for being a friend" post with the word comforter replaced by cosmonaut.
Flamebait is someone who intentionally uses inflammatory language to attack or insult a person or a group of people. A good example of this is the old GNAA posts, which thankfully I haven't seen in some time. While opragost's post may have criticized a group of people, I wouldn't say the post was inflammatory. Besides, wouldn't modding operagost's post down prove their point?
The moderation system isn't supposed to be a banhammer to suppress free expression, it's supposed to help keep the level of the rhetoric to at least some sort of civility. If you disagree with someone, then reply to them, don't mod them down just because you don't like what they said.
I think operagost's post made a valid point. A series of books considered to be atheist classics made the cut, but books considered to be Christian classics did not. Interestingly enough, Chronicles of Narnia was criticized both by secular institutions & Christian ones.