- The word "ignosticism" was coined by Sherwin Wine, a rabbi and a founding figure of Humanistic Judaism.
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- We invented a word for ourselves - “ignostic. Ignosticism is self-delusion born out of anxiety.
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- Title. Technology Showcase: Integgrated Monitoring ignostics and&Failure iPrevention. Proceedings of a Joint Conference, Mobile, Alabama, April 22-26, 1996.
- Continuation of Nons, Nunyas & Appreciative Inquiry
- the theist, the atheist, the agnostic and the ignostic (7) when we are ..
- There is a gaping, atheist-shaped hole in the interfaith movement
- And then, even if you could find a representative, won't the Agnostics want to join in the Interfaith Dialogue, and the Ignostics, and the Appatheists?
- Urban Dictionary: ignostic
- Aug 7, 2006 One who professes ignorance on the knowledge of whether or not any gods exist , or even what the term means.
- ignostic - Wiktionary
- ignostic. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search.
- Ignostic igtheists or weak atheists – what's in a name
- Oct 12, 2008 I noticed recently that a friend's online profile showed “Ignostic” to describe his religious beliefs.
- What is the difference between agnostic and ignostic
- A more in depth view of ignosticism would be that ignostics claim that there is no coherent idea of what God is, so they cannot develop an opinion of God.
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