Have you ever thought about what you would like your last words to be. I think it was Pancho Villa who said as he was dying "It can't end like this, tell them I said something".
A popular Atheist deathbed quote that you will see on Christian sites is this one from David Hume as he lay dying said "I am in flames". I don't know what he meant, he might have died from a venereal disease, and that could explain it? There are other interesting quotes from Atheists as they were drawing their last breath. And to their credit(I guess, some went down swinging).
When Joan Joan Crawford's house keeper began to pray for her Joan screamed "Damn it, don't you dare ask God to help me".
Or good 'ole Charlie Darwin himself when he said "I am not the least afraid to die." (Then he shit his pants and died.)OK I made up that last part.
Voltaire was a fascinating dude. I have actually read quite a bit of his stuff. I know we all assume he was an Atheist, but as I read his stuff he seems to be more against religion than God. Any ways when he laid on his death bed and was asked to forsake Satan he said "This is no time to make new enemies".
I think Charlie Chaplan was brought up as Christian, then may have "deconverted". But as Charlie laid dying a Priest said "May the Lord have mercy on his soul". Chuck's reply was "Why not, after all it belongs to Him". Even tho earlier in his life he was quoted as saying "By simple common sense I don't believe in God, in none".
Nobody knows how many "Atheists" have made death bed conversions, we only know no man ever repented of being a Christian on his deathbed.
My favorite quote as some one is about to die is that of Steven, our Church's first martyr, as he was being stoned to death for preaching God's word said "Father please forgive them, they know not what they do". Wait a minute, Jesus said that too as he was dying, cool.
Peace be with you, feeno