I don't label myself an atheist, but rather a theological noncognitivist. Theists say "God is infinite" but everything anybody can think of is necessarily finite. Therefore I don't believe the row of 3 alphabet letters "God" or the row of 6 alphabet letters "Yahweh" refers to anything that can be mentally thought of either by theists, atheists, or agnostics. That's why I don't speak or write "God" or "Yahweh" except within quotation marks, and only then to speak of the row of alphabet letters. This makes the row of letters "God" or "Yahweh" quite different from the row of letters "unicorn" because "unicorn" refers to something that can be thought of. Anyone can think of a unicorn. In other words, I consider "God does not exist" just as meaningless as "God exists" or "God may or may not exist". Now "god" with a little "g" is different from "God" with a capital letter, because Zeus was a god. The ancient Greeks actually had a certain thing in mind which they believed "Zeus" referred to. They drew pictures of Zeus and put Zeus's picture on their coins. So Zeus was an imaginary god. Zeus didn't exist, but he, like unicorns, could be thought of. By contrast, however, the row of letters "God" or "Yahweh" does not refer to any imaginary god at all. I consider atheists who believe the row of letters "God" or "Yahweh" refers to something imaginary that they can actually think of (just as "unicorn" refers to something imaginary that can be thought of) as having a kind of faith themselves. I am without that faith, and I abhor that faith. If you are an atheist with that faith, and this offends you, then I'm sorry, but I am opposed primarily to faith, and only secondarily to religion.