Agnosticism

Agnosticism - Nelson Robert Nelson Professor Embree PHY2010 Agnosticism Agnosticism is set between atheism and religion It is the view that shows

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Nelson Robert Nelson Professor Embree PHY2010 3/18/2011 Agnosticism Agnosticism is set between atheism and religion. It is the view that shows uncertainty between believing that there can be a god or gods, without leaning on any particular side. It is certainly a safer view to have compared to being directly against either side. There is logic being used whether to make certain that there is a God or that there is not a God so people can better support their side, but it easier said than done for both sides. Agnostics can potentially go to either side if they choose to fully accept either side’s reasoning as truth, because no side has been proven perfectly. Christians believe in a god and atheists believe in no god. Agnosticism is defined as a view that holds open the possibility that God exists, but that claims we do not know, or cannot know, whether in fact a deity exists (Palmer 439). At a Christian school a science teacher argued that we are in the physical realm and cannot prove or disprove the existence of anything in the
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course PHI 2010 taught by Professor Dobson during the Spring '08 term at FAU.

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Agnosticism - Nelson Robert Nelson Professor Embree PHY2010 Agnosticism Agnosticism is set between atheism and religion It is the view that shows

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