Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 3 weeks ago

Some atheists say gnostic atheists don't exist & other atheists say agnostic atheists don't exist. Why do they not exist?

4 Answers

  • 3 weeks ago

    Gnostic is a religious term that has long been used

    to mean:

    having impossible knowledge

    of unknowable things,

    by miraculous means.

    The prophets claimed to be Gnostic.

    They claimed that some god performed a miracle,

    giving them knowledge

    unavailable to everyone else.

    Who would perform the miracle

    to give atheists

    impossible knowledge

    of unknowable things?

    Thomas Henry Huxley proposed the Agnostic Argument,

    and it is so obvious and logical,

    that most sane and rational people,

    theist or atheist,

    admit its validity.

    Hint, the Agnostic Argument

    has nothing to do with possibilities,

    uncertainty or doubt.

    It is all about definitions of hypotheticals

    that claim them to be

    unknowable, in principle.



    John Popelish

  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    That's so true. We 'real' atheists know that atheism is only 1 thing *ATHEISM*.

  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    Sorry, but Atheists do not waste their time 

    wondering about, or bothering with, such useless semantics.

  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    Many good people besides atheists say gnostic atheists don't exist, while other good people also say gnostic atheists also don't exist.   That's because "gnostics" believe in a God and atheists don't.

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