An Informal Introduction to Covenantal Apologetics: Part 43 – Agnosticism.
By C.L. Bolt
Since Romans 1 teaches a universal belief in God, if the Christian world view is true, then agnosticism is contradictory and thus false. But let’s assume for the sake of argument that agnosticism is true, and the agnostic really does not know whether or not God exists:
If God exists, then everyone knows that God exists;
The agnostic does not know that God exists;
Therefore, God does not exist.
The agnostic’s position of agnosticism assumes at the outset that God does not exist. But this is atheism, not agnosticism. For agnosticism to both be agnosticism and not …Read more