Craven is an American film director and writer, best known as the creator of many horror films, including the famed A Nightmare on Elm Street and Wes Craven's New Nightmare featuring the iconic Freddy Krueger character, the Scream films alongside The Last House on the Left, The Hills Have Eyes, The Serpent and the Rainbow, The People Under the Stairs, Vampire in Brooklyn, Red Eye and My Soul to Take. 
The following exchange is from an interview in Fangoria magazine:
FANG: You’ve discussed the order in which you’ve killed people in films, that it’s very important to break a circle of support. There’s a particular character in SOUL, Penelope, who dies early on. She's a very God-fearing and pious and could hold an emotional connection with Bug. Seeing as you’ve said the film is partly autobiographical, does that speak to your own relationship with God at all?
CRAVEN: Yeah. Formally, I don’t believe in God, because I think people’s minds are too limited to even have a concept of whether there is a God, and I believe religions have done much more harm than they’ve done good.