Doubt

To me doubt is the term often used to marginalise people who have the integrity to admit that it is impossible to know evrything about anything let alone ‘the other’ that some call God. Some such folk self-identify as agnostic, which does not mean atheist but perhaps the opposite.

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Andrew Pratt

Andrew Pratt was born in Paignton, Devon, England in 1948.

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  1. agnosticism is that one has not enough evidence to make a decision. I, as an atheist, have no problem in saying I know that there no gods, since I am rather a “pan” atheist. There is no way to know anything about some “god” to the point of christians needing to claim that it is “hidden”.

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