Atheism is usually defined in one of two ways, either the lack of belief in a god or the belief that god does not exist. Usually, the more reasonable atheist will be the one that claims that they lack the belief in god, since to prove that god does not exist requires epistemic justification that most people can´t provide (in my experience). So, to the people that lack the belief in a god, what do you believe? Let me explain. Saying that you lack the belief in god, says nothing about what you do actually believe. Theists are criticized for the truth claims that they make, however, atheist, just like theists, have truth claims about the world that should also be scrutinized. For example, a very common saying among level headed atheists is that they don´t care what theists believe, as long as they don´t impose their beliefs on them. The problem is that this statement is self refuting. This person has a belief (that no one should impose what they think on him), and he imposes this belief on other people. If someone else has the opposite belief, then the first guy must impose his belief on the second guy and therefore, refuting his own belief. This is a problem unless this belief is grounded somehow. I think people´s belief should be logically coherent regardless of what they believe about god. Same thing with subjects such as morality, value, free will, etc. So atheists, what DO you believe?