This is very much my situation. I was raised in an atheist/agnostic household, any question's regarding god or anything of that nature were usually scoffed at instantly -- actually pretty much any intellectual matter was treated as such.Atheists among conventional people tend to be rare, those are the ones who were likely raised under the tyranny of religious indoctrination. Those who were raised in atheist households where generally shift to agnosticism later on, as they see no reason to dogmatically cling to atheism.
As again, we see that people hold a particular position mostly based on the factors in their personal experience/current social life. They tend not to be interested in philosophy of religion and only hold an opinion on matters such as these for the sake of connecting with those who affirm their values.
It didn't help that my parent's are both SJ's -- I often got the "dont talk about anything weird honey, your frightening people" response -- so there was alot of misinterpratation.
I just assume that I'm doomed -- or blessed -- to a life a metaphysical pondering.