A group for those without religion, as well as those who oppose it.
And Jews say "Z = Zyklon B" lol...
We need at least 2 values to calculate it, otherwise it remains unanswered.
or two more equations.
I dont see the point of 2 more equations.
you need three equations to solve three unknowns lol
In case of 3 unknown 2 more equations wont help unless you know 2 values for X, Y or Z. ;)
I still don't understand how agnostics, by this definition, even think. Of course people can just not believe in a God, it's only foolish of you to try and disprove one. And since Atheists just lack a belief in a God, Agnostics sound like much of the same thing.
They technically are the same. They most likely say "I dont know..." instead of "I dont believe...", do they?
Agnostic says that there is no reason for tipping if we don't know anything.
And that's the same thing I made in the picture.
Agnostics are closer to the atheists. When you believe that there is infinite number of possibilities it's much more possible that there is no God.
You can be an agnostic atheist or a gnostic atheist. Similarly you can either be an agnostic or gnostic theist.
There is a great variety of agnostics. Basically it's:
Gnostic Theist: There is a God, and I am certain of it.
Agnostic Theist: There's no definite proof, but I lean towards a God.
Agnostic Atheist: There's no definite proof, but I could consider it an extremely vague possibility.
Gnostic Atheist: There is no God, I am certain of it.
Sometimes, the definitions can get a little bit muddled. I'm pretty certain there isn't a God (I abide by Bertrand Russel's teapot model in this case), so you could almost call me a gnostic atheist. However I don't like to claim that us mere humans can really think they fully understand the universe, so in technicality I'm an agnostic atheist. One shouldn't close their mind to considering the supposedly impossible anyway.
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