- Jan 14, 2013
Yes. I claim not to know exactly whether there was or was not any supernatural power that helped create and run this massive ever expanding universe of infinite galaxies and worlds of which we know so so little about. What an unreasonable position. Admitting what one does not know is often more powerful than saying you do, especially about you know, mundane things like the origin of life and the universe.And, no, it's not "pretty defined". At no point have you defined this vague amorphous "God" that you are agnostic about. It's apparently just something 'out there' that is 'unknowable' but which doesn't have any affect on us or our behaviour. The "shortcoming" is all yours, as you have failed to define what this thing is about which you are agnostic. You've already said it's not any of the mass-market Gods, with their specific lists of rules. So it's left undefined.
All I get from this is you think something, that you can't define or say anything about, may or may not exist.