>Disbelief is having a belief, in an atheists case, the active belief that there can be no god in a traditional sense.
This sentence is fundamentally incorrect. The dictionary meaning of the suffix "dis" is "the opposite or absence of". Therefore "disbelief" is the opposite or absence of belief. "Absence" can be described as a lack of something. Thus "disbelief" is essentially "a lack of belief".
The dictionary meaning of the word "disbelief" is the rejection of belief. How you think that disbelief is a belief is beyond me...
"I shall expect a chemical cure for psychopathic behavior by 10 A.M. tomorrow, or I'll have your guts for spaghetti." -- a comic panel by Cotham