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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However, I shall remain agnostic while you have correspondents for and against who fail to provide straight answers to straight questions.
What this indefinable unknown is the agnostic cannot say.
When time came for comments from the floor, the agnostic stood up and stated that the entire discussion that had just taken place was entirely useless because nobody knows anything definite about whether there is a god or what he would be like if he exists.
On the op-ed pages and on the airwaves, there were plenty of voices representing various faiths, with little if any input from humanists, agnostics, or other secularists.
What if you could deploy SAN-based storage services on an appliance-like platform that is fabric agnostic but has the performance, scalability, and reliability of fabric switches?
Although he was a professed agnostic, Russell demonstrates the strengths and weaknesses of both science and religion in understandable prose.
With the proliferation of new devices and new access channels, these companies need an environment that is device and network agnostic.
At t he moment of his death, Robinson, an agnostic, enters neither the heaven nor hell of Christianity; instead, his soul emerges in the afterlife of the Mundo, a realm comprised of ancestral presences who are not, in the Christian sense, angels.
Mobile network operators around the globe leverage Silent Communication's Device and Network Agnostic (DANA) deployment technology to deliver visual voicemail services across every mobile device and operating system
Our shore agnostic approach lets us offer more efficient development and better pricing without compromising quality or control.
Robert Doyle of the American Library Association notes that self-anointed community censors are zeroing in not only on books containing language of questionable taste and sexual references but on books containing agnostic and atheistic viewpoints and secular humanism.
In Chapter 10 of Eighty Years And More: Reminiscences 1815-1897(1898), Elizabeth Cady Stanton wrote: "To-day Miss Anthony is an agnostic.
This year, I traveled to Boston for the ultimate nostalgialest: Pennywise, Bad Religion, Rancid, Agnostic Front, Murphy's Law, and a list of other veteran Warped bands came together to perform at Warped's 10-year anniversary.
I'm an agnostic, but I should add that I think the most foolish of all religious beliefs is confident atheism.
Greene's ghost, quartered in that realm of heaven reserved for agnostic Catholics, must be amused by this sudden turn, given that the author thought Hollywood misunderstood him even worse than Rome.