Interview with an Atheist (Ghs), Part 1

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Epistemologically speaking, we are all 'a-gnostic' because we cannot know whether or not a god exists.

But as for the attitude of belief/non-belief in a god, I would not be surprised if most agnostics today lean more toward the non-believer side of the fence, the reason being that religious agnosticism often is a 'child of doubt'. Of doubt in the religious doctrine and dogma one has grown up with. At least that's where my own road to agnosticism began.

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