False, there could very well be a god or gods yet I still do not believe in a god or gods. Knowledge and belief are seperate in terms of how know something and what we believe from that information.
False. There is no knowledge without belief. Your brain synapses do not form automagically to store information you "know" about something. You must have learned that information and believed the source is true, hence it is based on belief. Without it, there is no knowledge.
A person that has never heard of a god or gods, still doesn't believe in a god or gods. Regardless of knowing what they are, and not believing in them.
Just as there could very well be a god or gods, yet I do not believe in a god or gods because the claim itself does not demonstrate that there is a god or gods. The lack of belief in a claim is not the equivalent to the belief the claim is true.
I noticed you omitted this:
"There will never come a time where logically anyone would have to disprove what cannot be proven, in order not to believe said conclusion. The only inevitable default position is the lack of the claim itself, the claim being 'theism' or god belief. The same would be equally true for claiming there is no god or gods, but that is not the literal equivalent of non-belief in a god or gods. Belief and knowledge are entirely two seperate things and we treat them seperately on virtually every issue."
That does not apply to the current discussion. Either you:
1. Believe in god and are a theist
2. Believe there is no god and are atheist
3. Believe various degrees of both and or something else at the same time (agnostic or something else)
4. Are not sure and / or do not have a formed opinion (agnostic or something else)
A person falling under categories in 3 and 4 does not go at great lengths to affirm atheism.
An agnostic can at any time answer the question: Do you have a god belief?
The question itself is purely limited to a yes/no answer, and agnosticism as a stand alone entity is more or less a fallacy of the middle ground. The break down of belief occurs in the following pattern:
Gnostic-Theism: Believing there are gods and claiming to know.
Agnostic-Theism: Not knowing, yet believing in a god.
Agnostic-Atheism: Not knowing, yet not believing in a god.
Gnostic-Atheism: Believing there are no gods and claiming to know.
Virtually every single atheist on this board addresses belief in this manner and if you are going to bother talking for us, at us, and about us - then I insist you actually use the context that applies to us or there is no communication that can occur that will not de-evolve back into this semantical nonsense.
Atheism is literally ( a from greek meaning without ) and theism ( meaning doctrine of god belief ); without or lacking a doctrine of god belief.