The I's know that Muta is speaking from an individual perspective and is not trying to say any Rastafari people must think like him. His point, as I see it, was just that he does not need the Bible to personally validate His Majesty or himself in his own glory.
Rook the I spoke of His Majesty being a Christian, but as Muta points out, Ethiopia's History does not begin with the Bible, even though the Bible's History begins with Ehthiopia. The root of Christianity does not begin with the Bible either, but rather in Ethiopia as oral tradition. As that tradition spread and traveled up the Nile into Ethiopia's child, Kemet(egypt), it flourished and blossomed into a written History, this is the natural progression of the Bible and Christianity. I'm not trying to say don't use the Bible for the Iselves, for if His Majesty glory in it then I and I can glory in it too, but if Ones want to dig deeper into the roots of it then One doesn't have to use the Bible for it can be found pre existing in Kemet, and for a One like Muta it makes sense to look at a more African source.
Muta did say there is no supernatural being, that just means no sky god, but he certainly did acknowledge the force that is life which in Muta's word "life can't die" it always is. The body comes and goes, but the force that is life is eternal. Muta just said that it made no sense to him to pray to something which is beyond comprehension, for if you can't comprehend it then how can you pray to it. Now if I and I are the embodiment of this eternal power that is life then we can live up to our highest potential, as exemplified by His Majesty, and become H.I.M. in the fullness of our own glory. Now I know Ones may not agree, and I'm not expecting One to, neither was Muta, but I see it as the greatest benefit. Once we can look within to find this God that has for so long been portrayed as an external being we may once again find ourselves.
Regarding Emmanuel Edwards, I've seen Him speak on God in flesh, and so it would seem to I that Emmanuel is straight up telling I and I to look within as well, and not to a supernatural being. Am I wrong on this? From the words I've heard from Emmanuel and the words I've heard from Muta, it would seem to I that they are on the same page really, just One coming from a more Bible based perspective and the other coming from a more experiential perspective. This is not to say that Emmanuel hasn't brought His own life experience into His teachings, but One chooses to see it through the Biblical lens and the other does not, that doesn't mean that there is any real contradiction.
Also, I didn't hear Muta say he was an atheist, I did hear the other guy say that while trying to talk over Muta in a big way. Personally I really enjoyed all those videos and found them to be very uplifting and would encourage everyone to watch them, there is no sinking going on there. Muta does not have all the answers and never claimed to, he is just speaking as an individual.