I Am a Christian Agnostic

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

    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

    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

    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
    dixiequeen dixiequeen
    36-40, F
    Oct 13, 2015

    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

    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

    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

    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


    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

    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

    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
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