Definición de agnostic en inglés:
- Although not all Skeptics are agnostics, as an agnostic himself Dr Groves sees no evidence for accepting or rejecting the idea of any belief.
- Sagan himself routinely described himself as an agnostic, and believed that the question of God's existence is inherently outside science.
- As it is, my thinking has been influenced by Catholics, Christians, Jews, Muslims, Neo-pagans, Baha'i, agnostics and atheists.
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- So that wrestling is characteristic of my religious or agnostic poetry, but not necessarily everything else I do.
- It has brought greater understanding and even some agreement among people of diverse backgrounds and concerns, ranging from agnostic seekers to people of traditional faith.
- I'm writing, in a sense, from a kind of agnostic outsider's academic perspective rather than from an inside perspective.
- He is said to be largely agnostic about football.
- Alone, free from the fearful burden of the faithful, I felt myself slip back into my natural agnostic relationship with the world.
- Like de Valera, I am largely agnostic on the issue.
- You need only beware of phishing posts, which are, of course, platform-agnostic.
- It's platform-agnostic, which makes it really valuable.
- In these days of heterogeneous computing, the ability to be OS-agnostic is becoming increasingly more important.
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- She has explored various religions and ways of thought throughout her life, from Christianity to agnosticism and Taoism to animism and shamanism to Gnosticism, Hinduism and Buddhism.
- This would imply not only teaching the main religions, but also placing more emphasis on other thought systems that are not religious - like atheism and agnosticism.
- The chapter ends with relatively short accounts of Christianity and Islam, and a concluding section on agnosticism, atheism and secularism.
This word was actually invented by a specific person and then successfully entered the language. It was coined by the Victorian biologist Thomas Huxley (1825–95) to describe his own beliefs: he did not believe in God but did not think one could say for sure that God did not exist. Before Huxley devised agnostic there was no word for such a religious position. He is said to have first used it in 1869 at a party held in Clapham, London, prior to the formation of the Metaphysical Society. Huxley formed the word from the Greek a- ‘not’ and gnostos ‘known’.
Palabras que riman con agnosticacrostic, diagnostic, gnostic, prognostic
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