Examples from the Web for agnosticism
“Maybe we need a new category other than theism, atheism or agnosticism that takes paradox and unknowing into account,” he writes.
It's this agnosticism, he argued, that leaves BDSers open to accusations that they want to see the country destroyed.
When it comes to a definition of Agnosticism Professor Huxley's position becomes still more difficult of understanding.Theism or Atheism|Chapman Cohen
The priest shook his head, whether in dissent or agnosticism, but remained mute.The Innocence of Father Brown|G. K. Chesterton
Agnosticism, Secularism, Spiritualism, and Altruism had not come into existence.Christopher Crayon's Recollections|J. Ewing Ritchie
Eucken will not declare unqualified allegiance either to pantheism, to theism in its usual form or to agnosticism.The Christian Faith Under Modern Searchlights|William Hallock Johnson
"I know it is not so," it ought not to need to be said, is not agnosticism.Theology and the Social Consciousness|Henry Churchill King
Word Origin and History for agnosticism
The agnostic does not simply say, "I do not know." He goes another step, and he says, with great emphasis, that you do not know. [Robert G. Ingersoll, "Reply to Dr. Lyman Abbott," 1890]
Culture definitions for agnosticism
A denial of knowledge about whether there is or is not a God. An agnostic insists that it is impossible to prove that there is no God and impossible to prove that there is one. (Compare atheism.)