agnostic is the only true position on non sensical claims
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If a claim is nonsensical then one cannot be agnostic towards it. To be agnostic is to state that with further knowledge the answer can be found but that until then one shall remain undecided (http://www.gotquestions.org...).
If a claim is nonsensical, then no matter how much more knowledge one has for or against the claim, it can't be applied since the claim is nonsense.
to claim i can not have 3 fingers behind my back without knowing is to be a theist.. theism is belief
you are right about non sensical claims in that religious claims are not about knowledge
The claim that you have a set number of fingers behind your back is not nonsensical and thus doesn't apply to the resolution.
The claim that god exists is also not nonsensical as sense can be made of it.
Pro is trying to twist what I said. Also, Pro has not actually explained why the resolution is true, he only gave an example which involved a nonsensical claim and failed to prove anything.
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