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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 7 months ago

 Agnostic atheists (90% of atheists), why are you so delusional that you refuse to admit you **KNOW** 3 headed fairies & pixies don't exist?

Update:

Jpopelish -- you have just demonstrated how delusional and easily subject to brainwashing you are. You "believe" you are so logical, just like the delusional theists "believe" they are so logical. Now, make sure you keep some pixie food in your cupboard, just in case those 3 headed pixies turn up at your house one day. Ha ha ha.

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  • Anonymous
    7 months ago
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    Those people are just as stupid as can be.

  • Anonymous
    7 months ago

    Everyone is an agnostic cos NO one knows fer sure whether goblins, gods, gnomes or pixies exist or not.

    ~

  • 7 months ago

    Knowledge is that which can be demonstrated.

    I cannot demonstrate

    that no 3-headed fairies or pixies exist

    anywhere in the universe,

    though  have not the slightest reason

    to suspect that any exist.

    And they are not even defined

    as being unknowable, in principle,

    the way hypothetical, magically invisible,

    non-physical deities,

    that are outside of space and time,

    are defined.

    The agnostic argument concludes

    that if hypotheticals have been defined

    as being unknowable, in principle,

    then it logically follows

    that nobody can know anything

    about those hypotheticals.

    Agnosticism does not argue that , "I don't know."

    Agnosticism argues that, "Nobody can know."

    Agnosticism is all about the definitions

    of hypotheticals.

    Update:

    Apparently,

    what you call knowledge,

    I call unsupported emotional certainty.

    --

    Regards,

    John Popelish

  • Anonymous
    7 months ago

    You lying christer. There's no such thing as an agnostic atheist. Get educated you moron.

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