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only agnostics know god is not real, and agnostics dont exist?

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Started: 7/6/2016 Category: Religion
Updated: 3 months ago Status: Debating Period
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theism is atheism to other theism.. for god to be true..
and agnostic is atheist, for the agnostic to also be a believer or uncertain.. because surely some one can not know god is not real?


First; I don't really understand your argument, but I'll try to counter it in a way which explains the difference between Atheism, Agnosticism and theism. In very simple terms; a person who is atheist is someone who does not believe that their is a god/gods and denies the existence of such a thing. They believe that their is enough evidence to prove that there is not a god. Being agnostic means that you are unsure or you believe that there is not enough evidence either way for a clear conclusion to be drawn (does god exist). Being a theist means that you have accepted the belief of a god/gods and there is evidence to support your claim.
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agnostic is the only certain position

agnostic is the maybe position.. the i dont know

belief is theism
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Posted by vi_spex 3 months ago
Posted by Bennett91 3 months ago
Agnostic means mean you believe there's no way of knowing if God exists. A Gnostic person on the other hand knows whether or not God exists.
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