Religions and ethical systems
History. Beliefs of Agnostics.|
|Agnostic-Atheists. Agnostic-Theists. More
definitions. Famous Agnostics.|
|Agnostic: Numbers, Internet resources, Books.|
|An article by famed lawyer Vincent Bugliosi, titled: "Why do I Doubt both the Atheists and the Theists?"|
|An article by Susan Humphreys: "Can Theists and Atheists coexist?" Although primarily about Atheists, much of it applies to Agnostics as well|
The author of this section is the webmaster of this web site. He was raised a Christian. As a child, he dutifully said his prayers ever night. He attended Sunday School at the Leaside United Church in what is now Metropolitan Toronto, ON, Canada. He had difficulties understanding some of the Bible stories. While learning the Exodus story, he sympathized with the Egyptians who lost their first-born children, and faced extreme hardship because of the death of the first-born of their livestock. While being taught about the Flood of Noah, he sympathized with the newborns, infants, children, youth, adults and elderly who died an awful death through drowning. Never having sensed the presence of God at any time in his life, he became an Agnostic in his early teen years. He has unsuccessfully and continually sought God ever since. He has remained an Agnostic for six decades -- so far. But who knows what the future may bring? The Bible may be right in Deuteronomy 4:29, Proverbs 8:17, Jeremiah 29:13. Matthew 7:7-8, and Luke 11:9-10 when it says that those who seek God will find him. One can always hope.
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