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agnostic

a person who holds that knowledge of a Supreme Being, ultimate cause, etc., is impossible
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As a result, the term "agnostic" feels just right and I will continue to wear it--contrary to the request by Nathan G.
This is why atheists, true believers, and even agnostics must all be wrong.
The grant's size marks a milestone for Atheists, Humanists and Agnostics, placing it in an elite group of large student-run organizations eligible for the university's funds.
Created especially for high school and college students, this anthology collects letters, essays, diary entries, book excerpts, blogs, and other brief readings by atheists and agnostics from ancient times to the present, from well-known philosophers to ordinary people.
The only catch is that they're equally as likely to believe in Buddha or Allah as the Christian deity, even though all the agnostics in the study were American and thus more likely to be exposed to Christian beliefs.
Isn't it likely that more and more people will turn away from traditional, public religious practice toward more private practice, or join the growing number of agnostics as a result of increased global communication?
If all of us atheists, agnostics, freethinkers, and secular humanists came out of our musty closets, I'm sure our religious fellow citizens would allow us to breathe the same fresh air of freedom of opinion that they enjoy.
[Women's Suffrage] platform broad enough for atheists and agnostics to stand upon, and now if need be I will fight the next 40 to keep it Catholic enough to permit the straightest orthodox religionist to speak or pray and count her beads upon."
"Does that mean atheists or agnostics don't have the rights of other Americans?" Weinstein said an interview with The Times.
During our audience, John Paul II stopped me when I said that we of the International Communications Forum had humanist agnostics participating, but the vast majority were from all the faiths.
On the op-ed pages and on the airwaves, there were plenty of voices representing various faiths, with little if any input from humanists, agnostics, or other secularists.
Finally, when choosing someone to speak for the rational agnostics, there are many illustrious figures to choose from.