At bohemian prose the author states they are going to start a series on atheistic beliefs.
I questioned this on the basis that most atheists say they don’t have ‘beliefs’.
The word ‘belief’ can have numerous meanings but is often, particularly in relation to religion, understood to be knowing something without any actual evidence and/or taking something ‘on faith’. When discussing atheism the words belief/believe should probably be only used in the sense of:
“I believe that e=mc2” I’ve never actually proved or measured this myself, but I can infer it from the numerous scientific books that reference it, and from my training in electronics.
As for myself, I ‘believe’ that there are no gods.
Of note, I used the define function in Google to help write this article. To use this cool function, type define: word in the search box (where word is the word, or phrase, you want defining)