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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It seems obvious to me that agnostics avoid the God issue entirely by framing their argument within the philosophical concept of "first cause," the intellectual artful dodge of all time.
Agnostic Front quickly became one of Yohannan's primary targets.
I became a softer, perhaps less prideful agnostic, a "part of the human line" (Ellen Bass).
He writes about stealing purses and mugging passersby to get money for drugs, and run-ins with the cops, but he also records how he rededicated himself to his band, released new albums, and helped cement Agnostic Front's place in the history of hardcore.
However, as it was designed as an agnostic solution, Scripting and Order Entry can easily be used with any ACD or call routing system.
The material agnostic sensor has a sensing resolution of 63.5 micrometer with a sensing range of 16 or 48 mm.
Dickson brings over 20 years of experience of industry agnostic financial structuring.
It would seem then that Christians and other religious denominations are agnostic about the afterlife.
Ooredoo, in partnership with CommScope has developed vendor agnostic tower tops.
These IM services can be device agnostic, but limited to a platform, like BlackBerry Messenger (BBM), or, platform-agnostic and available for all major smartphone operating systems, like WhatsApp.
WAY BEFORE Internet blogs and social networking sites, Agnostic Front was creating serious waves in the music underground.
"To Be An Agnostic: An Agnostic Approach to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness" discusses agnosticism as a philosophy, extending it from religion to a pursuit of knowledge.
AN AGNOSTIC and a Muslim are among the composers chosen to write music for the Pope's new album.
The three composers chosen to write eight new works are Briton Simon Boswell, an agnostic; Stefano Mainetti from Italy, who is Catholic and Nour Eddine, from Morocco, who is Muslim.
The Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir may sound a little misleading.