- “An agnostic's argument that Jesus did exist”
- The title of that article is unfortunate--it doesn't actually contain the agnostic's argument--it just points out that an agnostic wrote a book about it.
- 'Agnostic': looking for meaning between belief and reason
- “Agnostic: A Spirited Manifesto,” a collection of eight provocative essays by Seattle author Lesley Hazleton, explores the gray area between devout belief in God and atheism. Hazleton discusses her book Tuesday, April 5, at Town Hall Seattle.
- The World's Newest Major Religion: No Religion
- Others are agnostic. And many more simply don't care to state a preference. Organized around skepticism toward organizations and united by a common belief that they do not believe, nones as a group are just as internally complex as many religions.
- Against Theists and Atheists
- I usually go with “spiritual” or “agnostic”. My first year of college I attended a private Lutheran school where I was obligated to take so many required religion courses.
- Agnostic author to speak in New Haven, but expect questions, not answers
- True agnostics don't just admit that they don't know whether God exists, Hazleton said, but live a life of inquiry and examination, without resorting either to faith in God or atheism.
Agnostic is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Agnostic books and related discussion.
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