Agnosticism, for those who don’t know, is the word people use for those who are in neither belief nor disbelief of a deity, or in other words, a god/gods. An agnostic person claims that they are neutral. How does this make any sense? How can you neither believe, nor disbelieve? Aren’t you claiming your disbelief by not believing? You either do or you don’t, you can’t have it both ways. It’s quite simple! I can either say that I do believe in God, or that I don’t. I can’t stay in the middle, as the middle is non-existent. Disbelief means you don’t believe. Belief means that you don’t disbelieve. So how is Agnosticism an actual term? In my opinion it’s impossible to say that you are Agnostic. In fact, I’ll go so far as to say you’re a liar. You can’t look at an egg and decide not to choose whether it is an egg or not. Inside, you know your answer. You either say it’s an egg or you don’t. So here is my question to you… is it an egg?
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