“Atheists don’t believe in things”
I Believe Archaeology not Myths:

As in, I hold the value (axiology) of archaeology (empirical and humanities evidence), which is part of my love for knowledge (epistemology) of the past, adding to our intellectual (rational) awareness of natural reality (correspondence theory of truth) of actual events (scientific realism) understood as involving no magic (metaphysical naturalism). On the other hand, religions and gods are myths (collection of stories) inaccurate accounts of the past (phenomenon perception error) or tails to establish thinking or behaviors, supporting faith (non-rationality) in some unreal belief, behavior or creative fiction of nonevents as well as misleading or overblowing actual events (epistemological problems of perception or justification).