I don't state the god claim is false. What I state is the god claim is
unconvincing, and I'm not convinced. Certainly not enough to change what
I do on a day to day basis. There's a difference between claiming
something is false and being unconvinced. Either way, I'm an atheist.
Someone tells me that the right for individuals to own their own guns is
both important and guaranteed by the Constitution. I do not agree and I
am not convinced. This is not a claim on my part that their claim is
false, only that we have a disagreement. It is not necessary for me to
assert that there is one and only one objective truth about the claim in
contention and that one of us is right and the other is wrong. It is
only necessary to disagree.
Same thing about a claim about a god.
Furthermore, I think anybody who believes that any claim whatsoever is
subject to objective truth assessment just doesn't know what the fuck he
is talking about, and is probably not worth berating the point further with.
Odd Bodkin --- maker of fine toys, tools, tables