"Theories of Hope"? Well, considering that that is the name you are giving to issues involving the origins of existence, that does not bode well for your bias, now does it? It implies that whichever one you find more pleasing is the one that will be taken as true. Religion as a security blanket...
Anyway, "chaos" is a strawman of chance and randomness due to implying that chance and randomness cannot be confined, or have any direction. Whether a coin comes up as heads or tails is random, and is chance. But that isn't chaos. Chaos is when you cannot predict anything, and things not only happen by chance, but the possible outcomes are everchanging, and have no limits. It is what you try to imply these things to be, when they clearly are not. Random chance leads to predictable results over time. That is not chaos.
And I have to find it hilarious that the bulk of their reasons for why a certain view is better than another is by saying that one favors men and the other focuses on God. You're using "god" as a vapid buzzword to serve as a point of contrast between that bland, ego-centered materialism I enjoy and the flighty, metaphysical idealism suggested by saying "God" over and over again, but doesn't really mean anything. Preaching to the converted, and alienating the dissenters, as per usual.
Only two nations have ever existed, in the history of the world? I've heard of cherry-picking, but I didn't know you applied that tactic beyond the realm of Bible verses. You did it well. (Especially since you somehow lumped Darwin and Evolution in with Communist ideology). You've presented a tiny case study involving a free society that has existed for a few centuries in relative prosperity, compared to a relatively poor, oppressive society that had existed for a few decades, had been devastated by war, was simultaneously trying to get up defenses against us in the Cold War while simultaneously trying to assure that it wasn't sundered by dissent from within. But, yeah. Atheism and Communism are the only reasons why they had problems. You know, sometimes people just aren't in a convenient enough of a sociological, or economic position to worry about defining their purpose. When you are basically fighting for survival from day to day, happiness and meaning are a privilege that, like everything else, you can scarcely afford, and is of less value to you than the more pressing issue of staying alive. That isn't to say that the Communist regimes aren't to blame: they seemed to almost intentionally screw over everyone else in order to get more wealth, and power, and to preemptively remove all potential threats to both of those out of existence. Over and over and over. Has nothing to do with individual definition of purpose as much as the quality of living provided by the laws and economy of the state.
Oh, where was I? To summarize: Why in the name of all that is unholy was this blatant, airheaded propaganda shown to our Air Force? Why in the name of all that is unsacred do they think that this is the secret to preventing suicide? And why am I even surprised anymore?