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To one who has faith, no explanation is necessary. To one without faith, no explanation is possible.
I cannot believe in a God who wants to be praised all the time.
We have a choice. We have two options as human beings. We have a choice between conversation and war. That's it. Conversation and violence. And faith is a conversation stopper.
A few years ago, a priest working in a slum section of a European city was asked why he was doing it, and replied, 'So that the rumor of God may not completely disappear.
The Bible has noble poetry in it... and some good morals and a wealth of obscenity, and upwards of a thousand lies.
Faith does not offer a strong link between our beliefs and actual states of the world.
Just in terms of allocation of time resources, religion is not very efficient. There's a lot more I could be doing on a Sunday morning.
What we do in every other area of our lives (other than religion), is, rather than respect somebody's beliefs, we evaluate their reasons.
Well, I tell you, if I have been wrong in my agnosticism, when I die I'll walk up to God in a manly way and say, Sir, I made an honest mistake.
I believe in the gods; or rather I believe that I believe in the gods. But I don't believe that they are great brooding presences watching over us; I believe they are completely absent minded.
Agnosticism is the everlasting perhaps.
You don’t have to be brave or a saint, a martyr, or even very smart to be an atheist. All you have to be able to say is “I don’t know”.
My goal is to try to get people into a state of generalized agnosticism, not agnosticism about God alone, but agnosticism about everything.
What I'm asking you to entertain is that there is nothing we need to believe on insufficient evidence in order to have deeply ethical and spiritual lives.
Agnosticism has nothing to impart. Its sermons are the exhortations of one who convinces you he stands on nothing and urges you to stand there too.
I don't differentiate much, except in degree, between people who believe in religion from those who believe in astrology, magic or the supernatural.
Agnosticism simply means that a man shall not say that he knows or believes that for which he has no grounds for professing to believe.
The faith of religion is belief on insufficient evidence.
Are there any religions on your list that include the slaughter of noblemen as a holy duty?
I am also atheist or agnostic (I don't even know the difference). I've never been to church and prefer to think for myself.
Refer me to one atheist who denies the existence of God.... Etymologically, as well as philosophically, an atheist is one without God. That is all the 'A' before 'Theist' really means.
I oscillate between agnosticism and atheism.
Skepticism is my nature, freethought is my methodology, agnosticism is my conclusion after 25 years of being in the ministry, and atheism is my opinion.
That is the truth about man - that he has a curious kind of dignity, but also a curious kind of misery, and that these forms of agnosticism don't understand.
All intelligent faith in God has behind it a background of humble agnosticism.
Even now, there are still days so beautiful, I almost believe in God.
We rely on faith only in the context of claims for which there is no sufficient sensory or logical evidence.
A number of our scientists boast intelligence but lack wisdom. I find those to be the predictable ones.
The hope is indeed that some will experience and believe: The purpose of a number of spiritual gurus is to demonstrate to God-fearing men faux spirituality.
God loves atheists. The former ones make the most compelling theists because they're so empirically familiar with how atheists think.
I enjoy poetry where I can talk as bizarre as I please, but theology or philosophy, I always respect the truth by taking it a step further.
Every notion that any man, dead, living, or unborn, might form as to the universe will necessarily prove wrong
He didn't like religion, hadn't liked it for years, but he adored churches, loved them like old scientific instruments whose time is long past but are nevertheless fascinating and strange.
And the cause of everything is that which we call God.
We all have our beliefs or our agnosticism.
Agnosticism is the natural attitude of the evolutionist. How can a brute mind comprehend spiritual things?
Atheists have just as much civil right to teach atheism as Christians have to teach Christianity; agnostics have just as much right to teach agnosticism as Christians have to teach their religion.
In terms of doing things I take a fairly scientific approach to why things happen and how they happen. I don't know if there's a god or not...
If I were to construct a God I would furnish Him with some way and qualities and characteristics which the Present lacks.
Let's say I have a mystical soul and a rational brain, and, like Montaigne, I am incapable of choosing between them. I don't know if I believe in God, but I am often tempted to believe.
I'm always talking to God about whether or not he exists - that's how I know I'm a theist.
To say that atheism is not a religion is the equivalent of saying anarchy is not really a political creed
Belief is a wonderful way to pass the time until the facts come in.
A belief is not true because it is useful
I do not consider it an insult, but rather a compliment to be called an agnostic. I do not pretend to know where many ignorant men are sure — that is all that agnosticism means.
If the gods exist, then it does not matter whether or not this is something that one knows.
Good gods are scarce because the majority of gods are created by evil men
Every word that comes after "And the Lord told me. . . “is a pious lie
Some people are so stiff and inhumane as the dogma's they believe in
Give me something to worship whatever.” Cries the human soul