An agnostic is somebody who doesn't actually believe in any god, but accepts that it's possible that one or more gods exist - as opposed to an atheist, who is certain that there are no gods, and generally insists on solid proof before even considering that such a thing might exist.

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You're not sure if god exists.

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Atheist A person that quite simply sees no logical reason for a god or gods. Nothing more, nothing less. We make no philosophical, ideological, religious, or moral claim. A disbelief in the existence of a supreme being or beings. It is derived from the greek áthe ( os ) meaning simply "godless"

Atheism This is a misnomer, there is no such thing as Atheism. "ism" is a suffix , meaning adherence, following an ideology or theory of something. Atheism is a meaningless term as there is no ideology to follow, no theory. You cannot have an Ideology or theory about something that you consider to be a myth and does not exist.

Agnostic A person who holds neither of two opposing positions on a topic. Greek ágnōst (os ), variant of ágnōtos not known, incapable of being known

Secular Not pertaining to or connected with anything regarded as spiritual, sacred, temporal or religious. A disbelief in the existence of a supreme being or beings. pertaining only to worldly things.

Secularism A set of values that call for the seperation of church and state. Religion is a private affair and should not interfere in government, schools or public life.

secular humanism A set of beliefs that promotes human values without specific allusion to religious doctrines.

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It means you are not sure if there is a god or not. It doesn't mean you don't believe or don't disbelieve (hence, the existence of agnostic theists and agnostic atheists), just that you do not know.

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It's when you recognize that you don't know things that can't possibly be known. What egotistical bullcrap, right?

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