Can you demonstrate that your god is anything more than a product of the imagination?
So atheists do believe in something? I'm confused. Since truth is based upon an individual's perception, it stands to reason that what is true for one person will not be necessarily true to another. So wouldn't it be more accurate to say that you believe in what is true to you? And since no two men think/feel/perceive the world around them in exactly the same way, doesn't it stand to reason that you might actually be wrong? That your choice to believe or not believe in any given thing is more personal conviction and less universal truth? Especially seeing as how truth, or the coming to the realization of truth I should say, is a deeply personal experience that is unique to the individual experiencing it.