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Discussion 3 to Meditation 15
Do Apathetic Agnostics really want proof?

by: Rev. Beck Hearder

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3. Why do you find yourself an agnostic? What's in you that makes you say you're one?

I am an agnostic because I am willing to say "I don't know" in response to questions about the existence of god. I am an agnostic because to me the existence of god cannot be proven, it can only be taken on faith. And I want proof.

I just wanted some clarification. As the Church of Apathetic Agnostics, is it really suitable to say 'I want proof'?

Thank you. I would love advice and feedback whenever possible.