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Atheism isn’t a ‘lack of faith’ - it’s absence of belief which is something quite different. Put it this way. My belief in Jehovah/Yahweh/Allah, or whatever his followers want to call that particular god, compares to your belief in Zeus or Odin or Osiris. It’s non-existent. I know it’s difficult for the religious to comprehend life without faith, but if they think of it that way they can’t fail to understand it. Furthermore, atheism is not a ‘faith’ - for atheists, there’s nothing supernatural to have faith in - and there are no variations because absence of belief is just what it is. No belief in supernatural gods. That’s it. It’s not complicated.