agnostic

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Synonyms for agnostic

Synonyms for agnostic

someone who is doubtful or noncommittal about something

a person who claims that they cannot have true knowledge about the existence of God (but does not deny that God might exist)

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uncertain of all claims to knowledge

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That study did not separate atheists from agnostics, nor did it examine how specific religious beliefs might influence the sort of supernatural figures a person might believe in.
Some Christians say they've never met a true atheist because most nonbelievers qualify as agnostics -- they don't know if God exists or if it matters.
My own agnostic view is that if there is a deity, He, She, or It probably isn't a hands-on manager of the world's day-to-day operations; this spares me the need to grapple with Derbyshire's paradox.
Support was highest among evangelical Protestants and Roman Catholics and lowest among the unaffiliated, atheists and agnostics.
It said that atheists and agnostics - those who believe there is no God or who are not sure - were more likely to answer the survey's questions correctly.
Epstein: That's right, the humanist chaplaincy at Harvard, rather than being a standard academic chair or institute, is dedicated to what we call "building, educating, and nurturing a diverse community of humanists, agnostics, atheists, and the non-religious at Harvard and beyond.
Agnostics and atheists would never do what Susan and the Zeidlers did.
The power of Satan, while perhaps laughed at by agnostics, is not to be underestimated in taming evil
They are also outcasts living at the crumbling edges of institutions, agnostics occupying the margins of belief and unbelief.
Vancouver--The phenomenon of atheists, agnostics and anti-religionists blaming religion for violence, without distinguishing between Christianity and other religions, appears to be growing.
org), "Atheists, agnostics, humanists, doubters, skeptics, [and] freethinkers .
That may seem like a victory to many atheists, agnostics, and others who choose nonbelief; however, where would the children and families in need then turn for help?