I Am a Christian Agnostic

It's not that I want to doubt: it's that I want to be sure. 39 People

    Keeping My Own Counsel

    I am Christian agnostic...  For me, that means that I believe that Jesus came in the flesh as an earthly manifestation of God and became the blood sacrifice for the sins of the world.  I do not subscribe to any particular Christian tradition and find the arguments among...
    EternalCynic EternalCynic
    41-45, F
    3 Responses Aug 30, 2009

    Wait, I'm Confused

    The terms "christian" and "agnostic" are mutually exclusive.  If you believe in something, you are not agnostic.  ' Agnostics don't "know" anything. I would call you non denominational.  Non religious.  But I would never...
    Egoberd Egoberd
    31-35, F
    2 Responses Aug 30, 2009
    dixiequeen dixiequeen
    36-40, F
    Oct 13, 2015

    Following My Own Truth...

      I was luckily born in to a family that has always encouraged my brother and I to make our own choices as far as spirituality goes. We were raised to respect differences in others lifestyles, and religious choices. And I will be forever grateful that I was blessed with the...
    jgrange jgrange
    22-25, F
    2 Responses Aug 16, 2009

    I Don't Know How to Choose Beliefs

    I know that I to believe something in order to choose how to act/not to act.  Unfortunately, I never have a high level of confidence in any of my beliefs, and what I find to be most plausible one week may be completely different the next.  For example, right now...
    preciousstone preciousstone
    22-25, F
    8 Responses Jul 22, 2009

    A Little History

    I am 73, married, have three children and eight grandchildren, and I am fond of wombats, hence the name grampawombat. I use the same name on Beliefnet (B'net) and The Center for Progressive Christianity (TCPC) should you happen to visit those websites. I frequently refer to...
    grampawombat grampawombat
    70+, M
    3 Responses Aug 29, 2009

    Christian Agnostic? News to Me.

    While researching information for postings on another site, I came across this definition on Wikipedia: Christian Agnostics (distinct from Christian agnostics) practice a distinct form of agnosticism that applies only to the properties of God. They hold that it...
    RevRAP RevRAP
    18 Responses Jul 6, 2009

    Do Agnostics and Atheistics have any values?

    Oct 12,2015 Originally written as an answer to:  How do atheists deal with horrors such as people and even children being tortured. (edited,scd) I think you are confusing Atheism, the belief that no god exists, with the condition of having no values or morels. These are not...
    ArcticBear ArcticBear
    66-70, M
    Oct 13, 2015

    I was raised a Catholic

    and I still go to church to appease my family. I am somewhat confused as to how I would categorize myself. I'm not really sure if there's a God out there. Most of the time I feel uncomfortable whenever I hear Catholics talking about what is moral or not (especially since I am a...
    slownerdturtles slownerdturtles
    22-25, F
    Jul 28, 2015


    I am a Christian, with reservations. Being a Christian, does not give us access to any more knowledge than the rest of world. And perhaps you have heard that empirical proof that God exists, is non-existent, and in this modern world of ours the word is now out. As Christians...
    ArcticBear ArcticBear
    66-70, M
    Nov 10, 2015

    I'm Agnostic Christian :-)

    the reason why i consider myself agnostic christian is because i feel its explains me.i do go to church and i love it, but i believe the main focus is just your relationship with god.i listen to what others say, and take what the bible says into account BUT the most important...
    vann1991 vann1991
    3 Responses Nov 17, 2011
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