Ok, that sounds good. Thanks for the discussion so far. But real quick, may I ask you this question: What is the inverse of the statement "I don't believe in God?" Seems there should be an inversely logical conclusion. "I don't believe in God; therefore, inversely, I do believe there is no god." I don't believe x; therefore, I believe in the opposite of x. It sounds like a mathematical equation because it is.
I disagree with your wording here:
"No. Atheism is merely the lack ("a") of theism, or the belief in a deity or deities. I simply don't believe in God. I don't have faith."
Faith ≠ Belief.
A "belief" is simply any proposition that one holds to be true.
"Faith" is a type of belief, one which is held without evidence (or in spite of evidence to the contrary)
So a strong atheist does have a positive belief (that a god or gods do not exist), and a weak atheist basically doesn't know.
Note that the "strong atheism" is not the same as "absolute certainty", which is a common straw man argument made against atheists.