I am "A"
A. the disbelief of gods
A) I'm fairly certain this will be almost unanimous
(A): Lack of belief in gods.
Revised A ("lack of belief in deities")
Since I left religion, the word "belief" and "disbelief" bothers me as they sound like the acceptance or non-acceptance of something without evidence. I now say I don't believe anything. I accept what science has evidence for.
Because of that, I'm not going to choose between A and B. As to the official meaning I will say C: Without God.
However, personally, I say C: I'm almost certain there are no Gods, and live my life not worrying about it.
A: But revised to lack of belief in ANY god.
The religious tend to make semantic arguments regarding "Belief" and "Disbelief". So I try to stay away from them.
A. I think "disbelief" is the same as "lack of belief", but the latter is more clear. Correct?
If I had to choose, then revised meaning A.
belief that there are no gods except PHYSICS