Originally Posted by jwildman
I define truth as, simply, something that is not wrong. Different mind views can have different truths. For example, an athiest will say that the truth is that there is no God but a christian will say the truth is that there is. There are some objective truths we can know, such as math.
When you say that both Atheists and Theists have different truths, you are wrong. Theists have beliefs, which they believe
to be true, and Atheists have no belief, or lack of belief. But that in itself, they believe. They don't believe
that there's no God--they simply took a notion of what Theists believe, and said "nope. I don't buy it," based on many things, being: lack of evidence and contradictions of science--math, as you put it.