I'm no intellectual, my education is poor. But I've spent a little time in the study of philosophy.
All I kept popping up for was to ask some atheists to calm down their claims. As I said, I believe in no gods myself.
It's okay to say you simply lack a belief, but one must then avoid making claims like: "Your god is just make-believe", this is a claim of the falsity of the god.
[Like I said though - your justification for disbelief would cover that claim too. You believe the proposition to be a falsehood due to a lack of evidence where we would expect to see it
. No need to claim weak atheism, strong atheism is easily defended. As one might expect from a position with as much support from the evidence as atheism has.]
Anyways, I'll shush, thanks for responding with something other than an empty and undemonstrated claim that I'm stupid.
Here is the same guy from before explaining the burden of justification. (The interview is an hour long, but he gets to the question at the very begining)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_AOhUb3RJc