This Is Why Agnosticism Is Self-Defeating (And Who Wants To Live A Life Based on That?)

“Agnosticism is a view that says the ultimate truth about God’s existence is unknowable. However, agnosticism is a ‘self-defeating’ proposition in that it says ‘truth can’t be known,’ while at the same time proposing ‘truth can’t be known’ is known to be a true statement.

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“That’s why agnosticism’s road ends before it really gets started.” — Tom Hammond, “What Time Is Purple”

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Author: Mark Tapscott

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