Does atheism argue there is ‘something’ by accepting the term god, it is rejecting?

Does atheism argue there is ‘something’ by accepting the term god, it is rejecting? Hi Damien, “atheism argues there is ‘something’ by accepting the term god; please allow me to clarify the syllogism: Atheism argues there is no god. God is nothing. Therefore, atheism argues there is no nothing. This double negative causes atheism to argue there is ‘something’. What I am getting at is: atheism, by associating itself with the meaningless concept of ‘god’, inadvertently perpetuates it. A wiser strategy to adopt would be to steer clear of the word and concept of ‘god’ altogether, which is what ignosticism does and this is why I believe ignosticism is a stronger, logical position to adopt than atheism.” – Questioner My response, ok, please allow me to clarify atheism correctly as you are missing it: Atheism lacks belief, rejects, or disbelieves the unfounded, unwarranted, and unjustified claims gods. Gods are nothing more than unfounded, unwarranted, and unjustified claims. Thus, atheism affirms this obvious unfounded, unwarranted, and unjustified nature to the claims of gods. Therefore, atheism generally only accepting valid ad reliable reason and evidence to reach the reasonable conclusion that gods are not real or should not be believed because of the unfounded, unwarranted, and unjustified claims of gods. To your seeming question of which is more reasonable, Atheism or Theism? Atheism is more reasonable, as it is only holding to the proven naturalism confirmed by science. Whereas, theism puts forth faith, magical thinking and stories about the history of the world, who’s beliefs either don’t match or are debunked by the proven naturalism confirmed by science. To value faith...